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Category Archives: Mice stories
March 7, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about a mouse. It can be real, imagined, electronic or whiskered. Go where the prompt leads! https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/12307624/posts/2198751114 Oh I have just the story, but will have … Continue reading
The Challenge: Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “flower/flour.” Use one, use both, it’s totally up to you. Enjoy! https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/24840312/posts/2004656415 Mum’s yellow flour bin had a picture of a smiling daisy on it. It sat on the … Continue reading
When I was a young child, my Dad sometimes took me to the pictures, just him and I and for no special reason, and I remember going to see Walt Disney’s ‘Cinderella’ (1950 release). Note the mice here These … Continue reading
After that brilliant punchline at the end of Part One, to resume…… By the time all the decorating was finished, we finally got round to sorting out the garage. Using cardboard boxes, we’d been extremely careful packing everything from the … Continue reading
Here is another Mouse story. Several people aren’t happy with the idea of putting down poison for these little rodents, and insist on using humane traps. A friend of mine did just that, and purchased a box trap at a … Continue reading
I’m going back a few years now, before I met Hubby, and to a previous relationship. We’d settled down for the night, and I heard scratching. Partner told me to go to sleep, but the scratching intensified and I told … Continue reading
We had our Christmas exchange today and neither of us had exceeded our budget. Hubby had even bought Maggie a new ‘baby’ as in the Great Sort Out most of her toys had been disposed of and sadly the two … Continue reading