“I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to do it, not really. I mean, I considered it, but the possibility of death was slight.” The full moon makes no reply. “Okay, then. Thanks for listening.” Photo taken for Wordsmith Studio Prompt: The Moon on May 24, 2013 at 11:44PM EST, with a Pentax
“Please?” “No, Alex. Absolutely not.” Mary slammed the book, and returned it to the shelf. He pressed his body against hers, breathing heavily in her ear. “Well… maybe,” she sighed. “Just this once.” This 33-word flash fiction story was inspired by Trifextra 67: Onomatopoeia.This photo was inspired by two photo
You may have noticed that the Wordsmith Studio prompt for this week is Birds. The first one is a turkey vulture. I think they look cool cause they are big and have red heads. The next one is a hummingbird. If you've ever had hummingbird feeders, you know what they
For the Weekly Photo Challenge at DailyPost.WordPress.com. Happy Writing and Photo Fun, Becca ♥ Check out more colorful photos: Weekly Photo Challenge: Color « Life&Ink I’m a Tweaker | Beyond the Brush Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Writing Reveries Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | The Land Slide Photography Weekly Photo Challenge: Color
“I can’t do this anymore.” Martha wiped the tears from her cheeks. “I won’t cry my heart out, waiting for you at night, anymore.” She rolled his body into the river. “Never again.” This 33 word flash fiction story (with an idiom) was written for Trifecta: Trifextra Week 61. Check
What? This isn't what you think of when you hear "Spring"? Just let me say, "Me neither." Alas, it is officially Spring here in WV and this is the weather. It actually makes me tear up a bit. *Sniff, sniff* Well, I guess I'll just have to look at the photos
This week's challenge over at WordPress's Daily Post is: Phoneography: My Neighborhood. The challenge is to take some pictures of your neighborhood, using your phone. There's not much of a "neighborhood" where I live, but I took my phone for a walk around my house. Here, I'll show you. [caption id=""
The prompt for this week over at WordsmithStudio.org is Early. My photo is double early. This little guy got up too early today. Yesterday, I signed him up for preschool, and it just seems too early for that. He's growing up too fast. But I guess they always do...
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The prompt over at WordsmithStudio.org this week is Broken. We've been checking things out around the house. Spring will be here before you know it, so we walk around outside the house. We have to decide where we want new plants, if we want to move some plants we already