Tag Archives: Miss Marble

Tale Weaver – #205 – Maintenance – 10th January 9, 2019 – Evelyn Ruddy

When Evelyn Ruddy moved into 14 Grimace Street, she was pleased to see the house was in need of maintenance. Evelyn was a handy woman and looked forward to upgrading her kitchen and bathroom, both areas in urgent need of … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “5 by 5” – The Arrival of Evelyn Ruddy

Choose: A piece of furniture – a cabinet A colour – ash grey A scent – eucalyptus A shape – an hourglass An item carried – a photograph. Evelyn Ruddy was the newest resident of Grimace Street, and as new … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #204 – All Things Bright and Beautiful – 3th January 2019

Being the person she was Miss Marble, witch, of 46 Grimace Street, didn’t spend much time reflecting on the previous year or on the coming one. If she did, she’d find herself engrossed in the notion that having lived a … Continue reading

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Wordle #215 – Christmas on Grimace Street.

This week’s words: Present Yuletide Holiday herald Santa Tree celebrate mistletoe stocking pudding elves reindeer Miss Marble of 46 Grimace Street, witch and lovely neighbour had over the years grown into liking Christmas. She had known Santa a long time … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #201 – Morning – December 13th – Miss Marble’s Morning Dew

Miss Marble, witch, of 46 Grimace Street, awoke to begin her day as she had for so many years she’d now forgotten how many. When you had lived a long time you forgot how long it had all been but … Continue reading

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Wordle #212 – Miss Marble and the Lighthouse Keeper.

This week’s words: Cantankerous candle torpedo oily buffet badmash* (a hooligan) ruler lighthouse wild melancholy pertinent personal It could never be said that Miss Marble, witch, of 46 Grimace Street was in any way a cantankerous or wild woman. Though … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #187 – Doing Your Best – 6th September – The Gaffs of Grimace Street

Not everyone who lived on Grimace Street was what you might call a model resident. Everyone had their fair share of flaws, and the Gaffs were no exception. The Gaffs lived at 3 Grimace Street in a little rundown house … Continue reading

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