1. Find Out✔️
2. 100 Yards✔️
3. Slubber (to perform hastily or carelessly)✔️
When a slubber, buys the shoes for you, you will find out within a 100 yards the mistake in trusting them with this purchase. The shoes are going to kill your feet before that rarefied party you were going to attend on Saturday. And you won’t be able to brag about them to anyone. Better slip them off, and toss them north. Make a rule not to entrust shoe shopping to someone else.
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Kat Myrman is the host of Twittering Tales.
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Everyone had said their goodbyes and now Cathy was sitting here to keep her mom company till the end. The doctor had told the family that she would not last tonight. Her mom was suffering from senile dementia, but pancreatic cancer was going to be the cause of her death. She was in coma since she came to the hospital. Suddenly she opened her eyes and gave Cathy a smile. Her hand gripped her’s in a strong grip. And then she passed away quietly. Cathy felt it was the greatest gift that she recognized her daughter at the end.
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September 12, 2019, prompt:
In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes the greatest gift. Answer it as if it were a question, or show what it could be. Go where the prompt leads you!
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This story is written in response to two prompts.
Crimson’s Creative Challenge -CCC#44
50 Words Thursday # 37
A train journey
It had been ages since I had traveled by train. But the town I was to go to start my new job was more accessible by train. I booked my seat, waiting for it with pleasant anticipation.
The train was on time and initially the journey, quite uneventful. It was an hour into the trip, that I am rudely awakened from my reverie by a loud noise . When I look around, I see a turbulence outside my window. I instinctively plunge my hand out the open window. I feel a strong pull on my hand. I gasp and jerk my hand back, but it’s too late. The force which is creating the turbulence has me in its grip and pulling strongly. I try to anchor myself to something but I cannot get a good enough grip. Next thing I see is Earth receding far into a speck.
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Deb is the host of 50 Words Thursday this week
The elevator stopped on the thirteenth floor with a lurch. He was here but reluctantly. His sister had begged him to come and meet this special girl who she thought had great musical talent.
He looked at the young girl, ”So this is the precocious talent you are trying to promote” There was a sardonic twist to his lips and boredom in his voice. Silvia understood his point of view. It was very common for friends and family to approach him with requests of giving their child a chance. He was a world-class musician after all. But she remained unfazed. She was convinced in her mind that once he would listen to Jackie playing the piano, he will be convinced that she indeed is a genius in making. He only needed to assimilate the magnitude of this little girls talent.
Without saying another word, she gestured to Jackie to play her piece. As soon as the notes of piano hit his ears he was captivated.
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Your daily word Prompt;
As today is Friday the 13th, there may be some superstitious referrals here, or maybe you’d like to consider your answers to reflect that accordingly. Whatever your preference, tell your porkies and have fun!
So, here are your questions for today:
1. If flower seeds give us flowers and tomato seeds give us tomatoes, what does bird seed give us?
Birds, what else. You can sow them in your backyard and get a healthy crop of whatever breed of birds you desire. I personally like Robins.
2. How do you make a cat flap?
This is going to be messy, I must warn you beforehand. Take a cat and measure it’s height. Then take a door, any door and cut it into a hole. Now you have a cat flap.
3. Why is Friday 13th considered unlucky?
You’ve got it reversed. Friday the 13th considers all other days and dates unlucky because if it weren’t for them every day would be Friday the 13th.
4. When is the Witching Hour?
There is no fixed time of the day or night. It is whenever the brew is brewed!
5. Are familiars always cats?
I think cats are the least familiar of the animals. They often pretend not to know you at all! How about a garden gnome as a familiar?
6. Where did McDonald’s originate?
In the farm. With all the pigs, cow and horses etc.
7. What was the first thing Sleeping Beauty said when roused from sleep by her prince?
“Not you again”
“Why can’t it be a sensible and practical man who awakens me. I am fed up of empty headed princes”
8. What’s the difference between a sink and a basin?
Sink is a verb and it mean what the politicians are doing to our country. Basin is a big bowl. Sometimes it’s big enough to fit a sea in it.
9. Why does the wind howl?
Some thing has to join in with the wolves. They feel lonely howling by themselves.
10. Why do we say swinging the lead?
When we don’t want to say that you’re faking it.
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