Welcome to Week 4 of my April Writing Prompts for 2022! This week's prompt will run from April 22 to April 30. The text prompt is: "She had no idea where she was going, but she knew he was going along with her..." The photo prompt is: Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com For the visually …
Welcome to Week 3 of my April Writing Prompts for 2022! This week's prompt will run from April 15 to April 21. The text prompt is: "In the distance, there was a familiar set of landmarks, and Joe made it his mission to..." The photo prompt is: Photo by Jiarong Deng on Pexels.com For the …
Such beautiful imagery…crafted in my mind with words!
There was a time when all we had was time.
Now, this was but a snippet of history, where three friends got together, in a busy world. Once a month, on a Sunday, we ditched our husbands, and children and took an hour to marvel at the clouds.
”That one looks like an elephant, on a roller coaster,’ Julie said, her brunette hair now out of a bottle. She went grey a few years ago, but never did lose her spirit.
‘Hmm . . . Let me think,’ I said, for I was always the one in her own world. ‘I think that looks like a horse, on a beach, with flowers in its hair.’
Masie said nothing, she was too busy snoring. She didn’t want to look at the clouds today, all she wanted to do was sleep. Mind you, when you are the mum of a three month…
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Welcome to Week 2 of my April Writing Prompts for 2022! This week's prompt will run from April 8 to April 14. The text prompt is: "Sheila always thought herself to be a bit socially awkward, but..." The photo prompt is: Photo by KoolShooters on Pexels.com For the visually impaired: Three women are laying with …
The bridge is very patient in waiting! I hope it sees fame again. This is a very creative interpretation of the prompt! Thank you, Ravenclaw! 🙂
A steady stream of celebrities used to cross this bridge, but now it is empty and alone. Its red carpet gone, now it remembered the times when they could spout the names. Tony Blackburn, Phil Tufnell, Joe Pasqaule, Carol Thatcher, and so many more.
The laughter, the sunshine, everyone in good spirits. There were fireworks which lit up the sky. Bright colours brought this little bit of jungle to life. Now nothing. One day, the bridge hoped, would bring more fame across his thin walkway.
Until then, he would wait, until the pandemic was over.
It went from the dark into the light, and I loved this! A beautiful interpretation of my prompt! Thank you, Carol Anne!
It was a cold, bone-chilling day in the forest, but he kept going…
He wanted to reach his cabin before it got dark.
Suddenly he heard a noise. What was that?
He stopped, and listened intently. There it was again.
OMG he thought! Some wild animal is going to eat me!
He quickened his pace.
Leaves and twigs crunched under his feet, but that noise? It came from a nearby tree.
He decided he’d be brave and go investigate.
As he got closer to the tree he spied what it was that was making the noise.
It wasn’t a wild animal that would eat him like he thought.
No. It was a squirrel looking for nuts.
How could he have been so stupid? A tiny squirrel? He thought it looked cute.
Come on, buddy, he said. Come with me, I have lots of nuts and seeds at my cabin, I’ll…
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Welcome to Week 1 of my April Writing Prompts for 2022! This week's prompt will run from April 1 to April 7. The text prompt is: "It was a cold, bone-chilling day in the forest, but he kept going... " The photo prompt is: Photo by Jacob Colvin on Pexels.com For the visually impaired: There …