Monthly Archives: August 2018

Night Shift

I woke up to find them lazing around on their sorry asses. My BP went shooting up like Apollo-13. Did they expect ME to keep feeding them indefinitely? “OUT!” I shouted, and they broke into a stampede. People might be … Continue reading

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Finish The Story #10, 29 August 2018

The marvelous Di at https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com has decided to tag me for Teresa’s latest Finish the Story  blog hop. https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2018/08/29/finish-the-story-10-29-august-2018/ Rules– Copy the story below as it appears when you receive it (and the rules please) Add somehow to the story in … Continue reading

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The Contract

My trusted bow & arrow in my hands, I was keeping a sharp eye on the cottage discreetly, with the help of a strategically-placed mirror. Photo prompt courtesy Nathan Sowers The witch would be coming out any minute now, and … Continue reading

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As the Saying Goes

The Grass House was Frederick Lipstein’s labour of love, marking his retirement after five successful decades as an artist, an iconoclast (as he called himself) or a mad genius (as everyone else called him). As Frederick was quoted in the … Continue reading

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The Source of Magic

Sue woke up to see Charli staring unblinkingly at a tall tree near their campsite. “Look at that light emanating from that tree, it’s magical,” Charli said softly.   Photo prompt courtesy Sue Vincent Sue looked towards the tree, and … Continue reading

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Guess Who’s Coming for Onam Sadhya?

Originally posted on jagahdilmein:
If you ever asked Ruchita and Sharath what they had in common, you would find none of the usual suspects in terms of common backgrounds, shared hobbies, or synergistic traits. Ruchita is a Marwari, Sharath is…

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The Hiding Hole

The sewer was safe now, there were no more rats left there. But THEY didn’t know that, and so this was the safest place for him. Photo prompt courtesy Kat Myrman He opened the manhole cover, and got in. Then, … Continue reading

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