Tag Archives: Sunday Photo Fiction

Welcome to my Home!

Photo Credit: Susan Spaulding Hi there! Yes, you, I’m talking to you. First you come to my place, and then you act as if you are not interested in me or my life at all? Very bad. OK, so this … Continue reading

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Cometh the Hour, Cometh the…

Their weekly game of Rummy over without too many acrimonious incidents and accusations of cheating and skulduggery, the group of old ladies now came to the primary agenda for the day. “So,” said Mrs. Johnson, “whose turn is it to … Continue reading

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What Doesn’t Kill You…

Photo Credit: Joy Pixley The Great Race was about to begin, and I was nowhere near ready. But failure was not an option, for failure meant death, and having seen it happen multiple times over the years, I can tell … Continue reading

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Santa Throws a Party

Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding Santa Claus checked the Cafe once again to see if anyone had been left behind. It wouldn’t do if any of the little ones didn’t return with him to the North Pole. Christmas Eve was … Continue reading

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The Price of Beauty

Looking at its stunning setting by the Atlantic, and the cute little houses with rust-coloured roofs cropping out of a sea of greenery, you could easily believe that none could beat such outstanding beauty. And you would be right. Jardim … Continue reading

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Exodus

Photo prompt courtesy Sunday Photo Fiction The queue at the entrance to the airport was getting longer by the minute. It seemed that the entire city of Seattle was embarking on a mass exodus. Like zombies, they kept pouring into … Continue reading

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The Company Picnic

Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding It had been an ideal day for a picnic. The deep blue waters of the Mediterranean seemed to be merging with the blue sky as if they were finally consummating their holy union. The warm … Continue reading

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