Tag Archives: Family

100 Word Wednesday: Week 129 – In The Car With Dad

Dad’s displeasure at the road closure was best described in the string of expletives uttered when he saw the road closed signs. We would have to go the long way past the Houses of Parliament. He had set opinions of … Continue reading

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Sunday Photo Fiction – June 30, 2019 Great Aunt Alice’s Chair.

Image: Pexels from Pixabay I was finding it frustratingly bothersome that the chair I inherited from my Great Aunt Alice had a bad habit of finding its way out into the street. Great Aunt Alice had been an eccentric in … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Open #writephoto -Grandad’s Ghost

There had to be a reason for the doors being left open. There was always a reason. The question was who left them open? This situation had been going on for some time and my Grandmother seemed to take it … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Forgotten #writephoto – The Fullers

The Fullers had long discovered that being forgotten was to their advantage. It meant no one bothered them any more. After the drowning incident when their youngest had been discovered in the dam and the family blamed for neglecting their … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #228 – Cooking – 20th June

I never quite believed cooking could be fun and enjoyable until I heard the story of another blog friend about cooking at her place and her kids all sitting around helping and chatting about one thing and another. It wasn’t … Continue reading

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TELL ME A TALE IN (EXACTLY) 120 WORDS

Today’s prompt is A strange thing that happened to you when you were sick.   One time I was so ill I didn’t know which part of me to point at the toilet. My youngest daughter had asked me to baby … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #226 – Reunion – June 6th

I couldn’t express at the time the trepidation I felt at meeting the one we now refer to as the Prodigal Daughter. Given up at birth by her mother and ever since a memory held close within the bond between … Continue reading

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