Tag Archives: Whimsical

The Kookiness of Kids – #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z

“It was a dragon Mommy, breathing fire. Wherever he went, things started melting. The blades of the fan crumpled, the paint peeled away…” “Are you quite finished, young man?” “You don’t understand Mommy. I HAD to turn on the hose-pipe, … Continue reading

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The Snowman Who Came In From The Cold

The villagers watched him leave with tears in their eyes. No one knew where he had come from, but a snow-globe had crashed in their tiny village a month ago, and he had crawled out. whimpering, broken, and bruised. The … Continue reading

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The Village of Thieves

Jonty had been born into an elite family, a family that was famous for miles around, a family that was the best at what it did, a family of master thieves. The family lived in a small village with a … Continue reading

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The Audition

Helen went on to the stage, bowed towards the judges, and started dancing. She danced as if no one was watching. She danced as if her feet were on fire. She danced as she’d never danced before. She danced as … Continue reading

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It’s Magic!

Pic courtesy Sue Vincent Jamie stood with a stunned expression on his face, mouth agape, eyes wide open, scarcely moving a muscle. “This is unlike anything I have ever seen in my life,” he finally exclaimed. Truth be told, after … Continue reading

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The Cat’s Out Of The Bag

My heart was in my mouth as the cop stopped my car and said, “Please step out of the car Sir, and keep your hands where I can see them. No sudden movements please.” I debated taking him out, but … Continue reading

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