Three Line Tales: Farmers Market

This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words –  The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Farmers Market Fresh Fish Lovely Lemons Delectable Dinner   I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you too! From Sonya, Week 15 Three Line Tales, Guidelines: “Check the TLT page for … Continue reading Three Line Tales: Farmers Market

Three Line Tales: The Thin Line

This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words –  The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! The Thin Line Walking the thin line, slippery slope revealed Sinuosity ahead I think I can swing this delicate dance I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you too! From Sonya, … Continue reading Three Line Tales: The Thin Line

707 {FFfPP}

Thanks Roger for offering Week #18 prompts for Practiced Practitioner! Image Credit 707 “Are you ready?”the young woman called from behind. “Ready,”he squeaked as he held on. Tightly. Although he’d dreamed of this for years, he still wasn’t ready for the flood of emotions filling his heart and mind. It brought it all back. The men, the birds, the war…it was all coming back. As the … Continue reading 707 {FFfPP}

Date Night {FFfAW – 63rd Challenge}

For complete challenge guidelines, see the link below 🙂 Date Night Long awaited, an evening with my handsome husband, and it’s for a charity dinner. We’re happy to go, support causes that speak to our hearts. You’d think with the dimmed lights, the delectable smells, the soft jazz music playing, we’d be more affectionate. Playful. Loving. However, this isn’t the time or the place. The … Continue reading Date Night {FFfAW – 63rd Challenge}

The Dead {Friday Fictioneers}

The Dead In the house of the dead, no one sleeps. Alive by day, dead at night, relics release their tomes of sorrow and loss for those willing to receive it. Longing, waiting, releasing – burdened with heavy thoughts and hearts, souls of these objects wait to be reborn from the dead or to rest evermore. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff for hosting Friday Fictioneers. … Continue reading The Dead {Friday Fictioneers}

Three Line Tales: Coffee

This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words –  The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Coffee The insidious smell as I rouse from deep slumber. Stumbling down stairs, or out sleeping bags, my days ignite upon the acidic addiction. Strong, hot, black — I delight in your embrace. I linked up — why … Continue reading Three Line Tales: Coffee

Three Line Tales: Coming into Focus

This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words –  The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Coming into Focus Emerges on the edge of adulthood, breathtaking beauty and grace Carefully, deliberately, opening to the world beyond the world you will take by storm Take time to allow your dreams, your aspirations, your life to … Continue reading Three Line Tales: Coming into Focus

Home {FFfAW – 62nd Challenge}

For complete challenge guidelines, see the link below 🙂 Home It has been too long since I have returned. I didn’t mean to be gone so long, but the days are long – even if the years are short. I know you wait. Patiently. Longingly. As I go about my days, weeks, months, and years – you stand there, nearly unchanging, for my return. I … Continue reading Home {FFfAW – 62nd Challenge}

The Plan {Friday Fictioneers}

My first stab at Friday Fictioneers, I couldn’t pass up the gorgeous image provided as prompt! The Plan It was laid out before me, literally in black and white. I had not expected such skillful illustration from the child I knew, who now stood before me a man. “Please don’t be angry,” he began, “but I can’t do this alone. You are my first choice, … Continue reading The Plan {Friday Fictioneers}

The Dance {FFfAW – 61st Challenge}

For complete challenge guidelines, see the link below 🙂 The Dance They had been here before, nothing new, but it was different this time. In the air, not the adolescent excitement of being close to a new love. No. This time, they appreciated all the blood, sweat, and tears that came from having a lifelong partnership. A marriage which survived births, deaths, and many fights … Continue reading The Dance {FFfAW – 61st Challenge}