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Friday Follies – S4E9 – August 27, 2019

Hallelujah, the farmers are finally picking their own produce! It makes me think of a parent encouraging, cajoling, bribing or ultimately ordering their child to pick up their room. Maybe this isn;t as funny as I see it, but maybe … Continue reading

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Friday Follies – S4E7 – August 20, 2019

I stumbled across this last week during my Central American mission trip when I actually had time to search through the WordPress Reader for appealing challenges. It is right up my alley. As I was telling Proscenium now that I … Continue reading

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Trifextra – Week Ninety-Eight – Hanging By the Lights

Charles Dickens, in A Christmas Carol, wrote “There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humour.” We are giving you exactly 33 words to make us laugh out loud and spread some festive cheer. – See … Continue reading

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5 Minutes = 5 Years of Therapy

Note: This is the last of the guest posts during this week since I have been out of the country. I appreciate Susannah, Janet, Gina and David doing this and I hope you clicked the link to their blogs as … Continue reading

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A Mail Order Bride Surprise

This is a humor response I wrote to a recent Scribbler’s Ink Writing Prompt. They offer daily prompts to help you exercise your writing skills. If you are interested search for the group on Facebook. Tell Bobbie I sent you. … Continue reading

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April Fool’s Prank Challenge

I want to challenge all you fine writers to share your best April Fool’s Day prank. It can be one you have pulled on another, one perpetrated on you, or just one you create as a fiction piece. I know we all … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus – Sualc’s Revenge – Part Two

The judge sitting under the seal of the great state of Nevada could not shut his mouth. It was still open from where it had fallen when he sat down to signal he was ready to begin the proceedings in … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus – Sualc’s Revenge – Part One

Note: So the nine day component of the Blog Festivus is complete, but I decided to expand the story into a serial telling. I hope you will continue to read and leave your comments! “Does Santa know?” Rudy Two asked … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus # 9 – Rudolph’s Secret

“I can play the song!” “There is no need!” Rudolph replied. “But dad it is very clear about who is on the team. You know Dasher and Dancer…” “Rudy Two I know the song.” “But let me just play it … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus # 8 – Blitzen get his kicks

Blitzen trotted on to the field as the others in the stands cheered with delight. He knew he only needed a few more games like this one to cement his legacy as the best non-human to play football since that … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus # 7 – Donder Undercover

“You will be undercover.” “Undercover?” “Yes. You will start tonight on the night shift.” Donder thought about what this meant. Her old training with the 2nd Reindeer Squadron, the ones charged with maintaining the five mile perimeter round Santa’s compound, … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus # 6 – Cupid’s New Suit

“You are my lawyer! You said this was handled years ago. We agreed on a sharing contract. It was approved by the CoLF!” “Yes Cupid, it was, but unfortunately the Council of Legendary Figures does not have jurisdiction in Las … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus #5 – Comet’s Clause

“So I can invoke the clause?” Comet asked. “Yes.” You are sure this is legal?” “Yes.” “Shoud we check with you know who?” “Are you kidding!” “Ok, ok, I know you are right, he would go nuts.” “Yeah, his little … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus #4 – Vixen’s Big Break

I am sooo excited,” Debbie said as she primped in front od the tall mirror while talking to her friend Vixen. “We finally get to be on the team together. Now that Dancer is out of the way.” “I cannot … Continue reading

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Blog Festivus #3 – Prancer’s Secret

“What am I going to do,” Prancer asked. “I don’t know,” was the reply. “You know I am still on probation for the Mississippi Incident of 2009. The legal eagles in SC Inc kept the incident out of the news, … Continue reading

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