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Jingle Bells

Today’s writing prompt:

Christmas.

Yes, I know most of you are rolling your eyes each time you go into a shop and see the overwhelming displays that arrive earlier and earlier each year, but . . . it is time to send off Christmas submissions. Poems, stories, articles, fillers. All very welcome :)

Hard copy please – Positive Words magazine, PO Box 798, Heathcote 3523, Victoria, Australia.

Silver Linings

Today’s writing prompt:

It’s an ill wind . . .

 

Nosey

Today’s writing prompt:

He looked over his neighbour’s fence and saw . . .

 

Frosty

Today’s writing prompt:

A Touch of Frost.

Yes, it’s on TV tonight but also we have a late frost forecast here overnight. Brrrr…

Surprises

Today’s writing prompt:

Out of the blue . . .

Good. Bad. Sometimes you just don’t see them coming!

June Mini-competition results

Sincere thanks to everyone who entered the June mini-competition featuring the word PILLOW.

Some really great stories in 100 words or lessĀ and poems in ten lines or less.

Well done, everyone! Judging is never easy and I do appreciate the effort put into each entry.

I hope you will all continue to enter the Positive Words Mini-competitions.

The June results can be found here: Positive Words JUNE 2014 Mini

Weather

Today’s writing prompt:

Four seasons in one day!

Something often said of Melbourne/Victorian weather.

Today, here in Heathcote, we have 16 degrees Celsius, cold wind, rain and I travelled through some hail earlier on my way home from Geelong. Yesterday 30 degrees and hot, hardly a breath of wind. At least it’s never boring :)

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