Red caboose

Sunday, November 16, 2014



Now to get the camera set
Before bedlam broke loose
This might be her only chance
To not be the caboose

21/100



Grandma has a unique weekly challenge consisting of a picture and a bonus word. Use her illustration and your imagination to create a story using 140 characters//words or less. Those bonus word is "bedlam".She calls the challenge succinctly yours and I call it fun! Come join and see how low you can go. 


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What's so special?

Monday, November 10, 2014






She traded a gallon of ale
For a story tale

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What was this man
Trying to sell dad?
In a square can
Smelling bad...

It held a gallon
Of special home brew
But why it was special
He never knew.

30/139

Grandma has a unique weekly challenge consisting of a picture and a bonus word. Use her illustration and your imagination to create a story using 140 characters//words or less. She calls the challenge succinctly yours. Come join and see how low you can go. 

Silly me, I got this ready to post yesterday, or so I thought, but my 2 year old granddaughter was sitting on my lap and decided to hit a few choice keys. I completely forgot that one of them, keys that is, can turn off your internet. While pondering this throughout my workday I remembered doing this myself by accident once and decided to check when I got home from work.




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Alert! Alert!

Sunday, November 2, 2014



Not being alert
The wind caught her skirt
While she smiled away
The rest of her day.

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Alert! Alert!
She lifted her skirt
She danced in joy
A new baby boy!

14/66

She grabbed her horn
To blow an alert
Early this morn
A worker was hurt.


15/69

Grandma posts a weekly challenge with a picture called succinctly yours. We match our story of 140 characters/words or less with her picture. How low can you go? 




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