Tag Archives: First Line Friday

First Line Friday: August 31st, 2018

Image: Google Images -Labelled for re-use Summer died that night. It was a sad end to a summer holiday romance. But then again what did I expect, we had met had fun and tomorrow we returned to our respective homes, … Continue reading

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First Line Friday: August 17th, 2018

The sun simmered red as it slunk towards the jagged horizon.  Another stinking hot day was drawing to an end, and the glow of the setting sun heralded the same again tomorrow. We had had two weeks of record high … Continue reading

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First Line Friday: June 22nd, 2018 – The Strangers

Image: Pinterest The strangers with her on the rooftop paused in unison. They had been doing that for some time now. Since yesterday when they first appeared, they had been by her side and all efforts to shake them had … Continue reading

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First Line Friday: June 8th, 2018 – Their Final Voyage.

The video footage was grainy, but Taylor recognized them easily. It was Great Uncle Phil and Great Aunt Phyllis. It was taken the day they set out on their final adventure. They were young and adventurous, impetuous and very much spur … Continue reading

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First Line Friday: April 13th, 2018

The dance lessons were not working. It was plainly obvious. The promise of teaching his feet to co-ordinate was going nowhere. His teacher was looking resigned more and more to the fact his student was plainly unco. So much for … Continue reading

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First Line Friday – March 30th, 2018 – Seth and Habit.

The horse came back alone. This wasn’t unusual in itself and didn’t raise a lot of interest among the drinkers on the veranda outside the pub. To a man they turned and looked towards the west for out of the … Continue reading

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First Line Friday – February 16th, 2018

“I don’t care what you do with it, I just want it gone,” Alex said, pointing at the dollhouse. ‘But what will Heather say when she finds out?” pleaded Mary, his long-suffering wife. “Mary!” replied Alex, “Heather is thirty-five years … Continue reading

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