DAY 5- 30 Day Writing Challenge

Today’s challenge comes from Tnkerr at “Each Sunday morning I write a story and throw down some prompts. You were kind enough to drop by and like the one today and, I’m glad you did. You can wait for new ones or you can read from the beginning (they’ve been going for a couple of years now).
Hope to see you again. Give my best to Pablo.”

The Prompt I chose to take was “We can share a tic tac”

If you’d like to help me out with challenges for the rest of my challenge, why not take a trip over to my original blog post.

My wife, Chrissie, and I sharing Red Velvet at our wedding. One of my favourite things about our relationship is how we share everything.

We can share a tic tac. We can share red velvet.

We can share secrets. We can share time.

We can share udon. We can share cwtches.

We can share sadness. We can share pain.

We can share happiness. We can share again.

We can share forever. And you can have the best bit.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you. I’m glad you liked it. 🙂 It was something a bit different for me. I nearly picked a different one, but I thought I’d challenge myself and write something a bit more personal. Maybe I’ll have to drop by your site in the future and try some more. I enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing the prompts!!

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  2. tnkerr says:

    Wow… Thanks, the Tic Tac prompt is a good one. I like what you did with it. One of the things I like about prompts is that no two takes are ever the same. Twenty different writers will give you twenty different stories. Each one, unique.
    That last sentence speaks volumes about character.
    Again – thank you.

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