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This week our host Rochelle Wisoff-Fields has chosen a picture by Roger Bultot for our prompt. No-one was turned away. No secret knocks or passwords, A welcome meal, A hot bath, Warm bed for the night. No questions, No judgements. … Continue reading
Roger Shipp hosts this weekly challenge. You can find our more here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/52996392/posts/2482811962 Picture from https://morguefile.com Just another day, working out in the rain. All right for some. ‘I’m not well,’ he said. ‘You’ll have to manage without me.’ Yeah, … Continue reading
Michael’s prompt today:https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2476043306We haven’t had a fairy tale prompt for a while so today is the day.What stories and or images does the title “At the bottom of the garden” conjure up for you?Go where the prompt leads you and … Continue reading
Once again Rochelle Wisoff-Fields is our host for the Friday Fictioneers challenge. This week’s PHOTO PROMPT © Ronda Del Boccio Surely this couldn’t be right? The secret of her perfect tan was a blend of olives, peach jelly and moisturiser?
Over to Rochelle for her weekly Friday Fictioneers challenge This week our picture is provided by Fatima Fakier Deria The house was immaculate. As always. Everything neat and tidy as a pin. New plastic lunch containers and a glass were … Continue reading
Our line for this week is: He came down from the mountains as autumn aged, before the paths could pile with snow and the bridges bowed with ice. Thanks Dylan. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2461311750 He came down from the mountains as autumn aged, … Continue reading