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Today’s prompt: ham, ballerina, interest As the new Drama Coach, it was his job to direct and produce the school play. He wanted something that would hold everyone’s interest, something different, bold and unexpected. He decided to hold auditions in the … Continue reading
Today’s prompt: title, sweater, macaroni Their gran used to do ‘Picture Knits’ and the boys loved to get a sweater with a cartoon character or title from their favourite TV show on it. One year she decided to do something similar … Continue reading
Today’s prompt: desktop, lasagna, tissue Thanks Paula https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/74951/posts/2379273755 Kitchens. I’ve had my fair share and trying to prepare meals when they are in various stages of a revamp can be entertaining. My ‘best’ was the washing machine in the hall on … Continue reading
Many if us like to sing as we work. Sometimes the acoustics in a kitchen in the process of being refitted are just the job to make us realise we are not part of a choral symphony. Once finished, maybe … Continue reading
Haven’t done one of these for a while, but felt a contribution burst forth from my brain at today’s words: seven, solution, laugh This house is home number Seven, not bad for 30 years together I suppose. A small bungalow, … Continue reading
Today’s prompt: liar, bubblegum, mountain He was a liar of the biggest order and had told a mountain of them. They said it would all catch up with him and it did………… he was about to tell a whopper and choked … Continue reading
Today’s prompt: cinema, tiger, honesty Thanks Paula https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/74951/posts/2313063893 The 2000 film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon immediately comes to mind, one we had on video and dubbed in English. In all honesty, a brilliant film, but we would have loved to have … Continue reading