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Archive for July, 2014

Deflation

Today I opened one letter in my mail to find a cheque for $25 for something I’d written πŸ™‚

Then . . . I opened my car insurance bill 😦

Needless to say, the first doesn’t cancel out the second!

Very deflating but on the bright side, it’s $25 less to find for the insurance bill.

And, I’m sure there must be a way to turn it into a story.

I hope your day brings more incomings than outgoings πŸ™‚

 

 

Between a rock & a hard place!

The cure for writer’s cramp is writer’s block………..Inigo Deleon

I’ll stick with writer’s cramp πŸ™‚

Who do you write for?

Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self. Cyril Connolly
(1903 – 1974)

What do you think?

Good news

Today’s prompt . . .

No news is good news?

I guess we all know situations where it has been but it will never stop us worrying when we are waiting to hear about something!

Headaches

Today’s prompt . . .

“Oh, my aching head,” he/she said.

Hope it inspires πŸ™‚

Starry Starry Night

Today’s prompt . . .

A shooting star.

Here in Heathcote we enjoy magnificent night skies, one of the best places for viewing in the Southern Hemisphere πŸ™‚

 

Neutral Tones

Do you prefer neutral tones or colours?

I recently counted fourteen cars parked in a row in our main street all in shades of silver or grey.Β And busy supermarket or shopping centre car parks look a lot likeΒ Fifty Shades of Grey!

I love my Yellow car and it’s so easy to find in the car park πŸ™‚

Winners!

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This month’s issue of Positive Words magazine features the winning entries (First & Second) from the Positive Words Short Story & Poetry Competition 2014.

Teddy loved them πŸ™‚ and if you would like a copy of the July issue please send $5.50Β  (Cheque, money order or the equivalent in unused stamps) to Positive Words magazine, PO Box 798, Heathcote 3523, Victoria.

For international readers, please email me for payment options: positivewordsmagazine@live.com.au

Mini-competition reminder

The word for this month’s mini-competition is HAMBURGER.

Mini-competition details – mini themes 2014

A number of people claim to have invented the hamburger, more than a century ago. I’m sure none of them imagined just how many hamburgers, and their variations, would be eaten in the years to come!

I’m looking forward to the great inventive stories and poems.

Out of the mist

Today’s prompt . . .

Out of the mist came a . . .

Hope it helps inspire a great story or poem πŸ™‚

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