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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #72 – Crisp and Marriage

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #71 – Art and Crisp

(I was unable to load this week’s image.) Crisp, my aged companion had very definite opinions as to what constituted art. She was especially biased against graffiti. She saw it as a desecration. “They should be made to clean it … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #70 – Crisp’s Physical Self.

Crisp, my aged companion, was feeling a bit the worse for wear after a long day hiking the countryside and stopping to admire yet another ancient ruin. We were looking at the collapsed footings at the side of the Church … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #69 – Crisp and the Gnome.

We’d had a good day wandering the village and we were resting in the park observing the small gardens sprinkled throughout it. “My Gran,” said Crisp, “had a concrete gnome in her garden. She called it Geoffrey. Every five years … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #68 – Crisp and things Modern.

“How quaint,” said Crisp my aged companion as we wandered along in the newer part of the town. I could see how her attention was piqued as the town was more known for its history rather than its modern features. … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #67 – Crisp’s Outhouse.

My aged companion, Crisp, observed the blue building and remarked it looked a lot like her Aunt Aggie’s outhouse. “Aunt Aggie was into things big and grand,” said Crisp, “Her dunny was something you saw as soon as you turned … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #65 – Crisp Visits the Dead.

My aged companion, Crisp, loved a good cemetery, or should I say any cemetery so long as it was old which in fact meant any place for the dead. On our holiday we came across many such places, to which … Continue reading

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