Welcome to Take Seven, a compilation which incorporates all 21 words (or derivatives) from the Three Things Challenge for the past week.
Should you join in this week, just pingback to this post and leave a link to yours in the comments so that I can see it and respond directly.
Please note, I am taking a hiatus from this for a while, though the daily challenge will continue as normal.
Our words were:
allow, fob, fond, hold, hose, hour, let, permit, possible, pot, pray, season, second, sell, sinister, sound, tiny, today, tomorrow, week, yesterday.
He put the multi purpose hose back in its holster when he realised the sinister overtones of the situation.
He could not allow it and continued to hold the fob concealed in his hand. He was not particularly fond of the guy, but the second he saw he was over the limit, he refused to sell him another drink, let alone permit him to drive.
That was the trouble with seasonal parties and Happy Hour. Staff looked forward to them for weeks, lived for today and tomorrow would be spent nursing a hangover. Many cursed the yesterday and their over indulgence.
Hopefully there was a tiny bit of sense left in his head, so he decided to sound him out, praying he would see reason and it would be possible to call him a cab. There was always an emergency pot behind the bar for such matters, and recipients replaced the funds used when they were sober and collected their car keys.