IneffableVale- the world, or mortal or earthly lifeSummitBootsAnkleWetGreyPainReflectWalkPine NeedlesExtend Written for Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie Wordle #206 Her boots were wet and had more than likely caused her to fall while walking down the summit. The pain was ineffable, and she was sure she had broken her ankle. Laying on a bed of pine needles Laura lookedContinue reading “Wordle #206 – A Bad Fall”
The following was written for a challenge called #SixSentenceStory over at Denise’s. This week’s prompt word is “Circle” To start at the beginning of this series please click here. At this point Pete’s mom spoke up, “I think you should tell us, Pete, you don’t want this on your record, as it may hamper your collegeContinue reading “Guilty or Innocent Part 5 of 5”
What does the boy see on top of his dog’s doghouse?
This short fiction story was written for a challenge over at Tales from the mind of Kristian. Rules are quite easy should you decide to take on this challenge. They are as follows: Find the muse within the photo or line provided and follow where it leads. It can be a story, anecdote, poem. Anything!Continue reading “The Exam”
Fandango, tagged me for the latest Finish the Story prompt. The rules for this challenge are simple. * Copy and paste the story as you receive it. * Add the next segment or choose to finish it. * Tag someone for the next installment. * Have fun and let your imagination roam free. Here’s how itContinue reading “Finish the Story — Andrei and Eartha”
Kitty cat, her dad, and Tomcat reach an agreement about marriage.
“Oh, Ian this house is perfect, don’t you think?” Meg asked “Well it will need a lot of work to get it ship-shape but there’s so much character here. I can only imagine all the memories that the walls hold.” “The stable has four stalls so we could get a few horses if we want,Continue reading “The Real-Estate Deal”
A short story about a boy and his dad being impoverished then finding hope.
When I was a puppy, we’d play every day Now that I’ve grown older, lie down is what you say I’d still love to fetch a ball even though I’m ten A few years ago, I was your best friend I hope I’m not too old for you, and you get a younger pup GetContinue reading “A Dogs Perspective Of Growing Old”
A six sentence story about a man named John who wasn’t ready to be released from a psychiatric hospital.