For this week’s challenge, find some magic, and charm us with it. I followed the dewy fragrance and stumbled upon the garden. It twinkled and rustled. And then I heard a faint splash. A melodic squeaking filled the air. Yes, it squeaked but it had a fullness. What could it be? I knelt for a closer look. Closer still. This … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Magic
Hey, there's nothing like a Friday Fictioneers on a Sunday. Am I right? I hope to get back into some kind of rhythm soon. I'll admit the election has been an unwelcome distraction. If only we could hold words in our hands and inspect them, see if they're real or true. Thanks to Rochelle for … Continue reading In Good Time – Friday Fictioneers
This week, the challenge is to show us where your heart is. "Local" to me is not so much a place as the people you know and experiences you have while being there. Here is a garden dedicated to my son's former third grade teacher, Mr. Winford. He died unexpectedly and it was so very … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Local
I wrote some six word stories recently for a class and thought I would share them here. They're kind of addictive. You should give it a try if you've never done it! Stained white coats dispense untimely deaths. ♦ Forgotten pail. Empty pockets. No lunch. ♦ Twirl of hair. Sunburned vinyl. Vanished. ♦ High IQ. Low ambition. … Continue reading Six Word Stories
For this week's challenge, share a photo that features H2O; the element of water. I love the early morning fog. I think it was more foggy on this morning than what you see here, but I hope you get the idea. For more entries of water, please click visit the Weekly Photo Challenge site.
Welcome to Friday Fictioneers. How exciting that my photo was chosen for today's prompt. Thanks, Rochelle, for the honor of selecting my photo and for your dedication to this group. Personally, I think storage units are strange, fascinating and a bit disturbing. This one gave me the creeps. But, I think generally storage units are … Continue reading The Hiders of the Tin – Friday Fictioneers
It's time for Friday Fictioneers. Thank you to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting and to Roger Bultot for this week's photo prompt. Friday Fictioneers is a weekly writing group, challenged to write a 100-word story with a beginning, middle, and end. Everyone is welcome to give it a try. My 100-word story follows. Passing the Torch … Continue reading Passing the Torch – Friday Fictioneers