On the Wing

 Air fills with movement Fleeting insects buzz, dart, dance A feast on the wing I had intended to share my monthly Changing Seasons post today but unfortunately I haven't actually finished sorting through all of the photos I've taken. I've visited and photographed the meadow so many times over the past few weeks that I have... Continue Reading →

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FFfAW: Imaginary Friends

This post is for Priceless Joy's Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers. This week's prompt was provided by me. Imaginary Friends "It's just your eyes playing tricks on you," everyone always told her. "None of it's real." Even her grandmother - who told the most wonderful stories - had always waved a dismissive hand and said, "Your imagination is running away... Continue Reading →

FFfAW: Crisis Point

This post is for Priceless Joy's Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers, a challenge that asks you to write a story of 100-175 words based on the photo prompt below. This week's picture was provided by TJ Paris. Thank you TJ! Crisis Point The library had always been her sanctuary, her escape from life's hubbub - until her world... Continue Reading →

WPC: Curve

Protective arms reach Offering shelter from storms Open seas cry home This post is for the Daily Post's Weekly Photo Challenge.  This week's theme is Curve. The pictures were taken in Newlyn, the fishing village in Cornwall that we stayed in during our recent  holiday. Newlyn harbour has been in use since at least 1435,... Continue Reading →

TLT: Grandma’s Wisdom

This post is for Sonya's Three Line Tales. Grandma's Wisdom Grandma always said that the thing to aim for was elegance, sweetly understated; that the magic lay in the simplicity. The ingredients might be plain but when blended they created a perfection no one could resist. She always got the feeling that Grandma wasn't just talking about cakes.      ... Continue Reading →

FFfAW: The Window

His post is for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers, a flash fiction challenge run by Priceless Joy, that asks you to write a story of 100-175 words based on the photo prompt below. This week's prompt was provided by Nonnaci. Thank you Nonnaci. The Window Raen stood in the doorway and considered the benefit of retreat.... Continue Reading →

Six Word Story: Insult

This post is for the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller's Six Word Story Challenge. This week's theme is insult. Thick skinned? He'd had to be. I didn't really know what picture I was going to use to illustrate this six word story until I went hunting around on Pixabay. Then I entered the search term 'thick skinned' and elephant pictures appeared. Perfect! One of... Continue Reading →

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