Just-Jot-It-January (Jan 1-3)

Just Jot It JanuarySo, this month I’m doing a challenge to write a micro a day, for Just-Jot-It-January. Thanks to Linda G. Hill, bloggers in the “Play Group” have proposed a one-word prompt for each day. We share our responses back to Linda’s page, and are able to read what others come up with. I’ll post my responses every few days in bundles, to respect your in-boxes. But if a prompt tickles your imagination, please click its connecting link to read more!

Jan 3:  Abundance

Abundance of Choice

Just a short one this morning. The subzero cold snap has ended…or at least pulled back for the next hard slap, later in the week. I have chores outside the home to do today.

So, I’m waiting for double digits to show up on the thermometer, and then I’ll suit up and shovel the few inches of snow that the weekend squeezed out. And then, it’s the library, post office, and grab a few groceries. Something to see me through and keep my fingers dancing on the keyboard, and my brain engaged in a good book and hot coffee, under a thick blanket. Continue reading

First Kiss

sexy lipsticked mouth & tongueThey were nearing the prescribed percentage for herd immunity, but people were impatient and downright cranky, and as a result of that – well, that and the economy — restrictions were being lifted for those fully vaccinated. Continue reading

Chill and Change

red oak leafThe challenge? Write a story in 6 sentences, no more & no less, and if you’d like, share your creation or just visit and comment on others’ ideas, with GirlieOnTheEdge, Denise. The prompt is “Change”, and here’s where you join the party: Six Sentence Stories

She strolled down the street, happy to be out in the crisp fall air, barely mindful of the slick spots underneath her purple hiking boots. Their region had made a definitive step from late Autumn to early Winter, with heavy rain just past midnight, followed by a hard freeze that had stripped the trees bare, saturating the early morning dapple with the heady funk of rotting leaves softening in the rising sun. Continue reading

Beam Me Up, Somebody

Bourbon lowball and bottleThe task? Write a story in 6 sentences, no more no less, and if you’d like, share your creation or just visit and comment, with GirlieOnTheEdge, Denise. The prompt is “Beam”, and here’s where you join the party: Six Sentence Stories Link

It had been a very long day, in fact it had been a very long and stressful day, and what’s more, it had been a very long and stressful month. When he thought about it, the entire year had been like that: non-stop work, no boundaries.  Continue reading