WORDS FOR WEDNESDAY ON FRIDAY COMBINED FELINE FRIDAY AND FRIENDLY FILL-INS 07-16-2021
This month, the prompts are being provided by lissa at The Memory Tourist.
This week’s prompts are
WET FELINE by Granny Annie
Lucy was not happy to be in the water. She watched the other cats gather and cheer her on as he paddled toward the bank of the pond. Out of breath, this soaked kitty curled up on land to linger a while. Lucy found solace as she rested from the cold and near destruction. The feline friends all began to lick her in an attempt to get her warm and dry. Her memory was a flood of the previous times she had been thrown in this pond by the enigmatic neighbor. It would always be a mystery why Mr. McGregor found it necessary to pick on Lucy. It wasn't like she was Peter Rabbit eating in the farmer's garden.
Poor kitty and well done using the prompts.ReplyDelete
Love your fill-ins. Yes we must take care of our health.
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Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. ♥
Again the prompts led you to a great story. To answer the fill insReplyDelete
1. being around people.
2. Yeah I could do a cheeseburger. The kind we got when we kids.
3. Art changed my life.
4. I don't give a shit what others think of me.
Have a great day my friend.
Good answers and good story...I'm headed off to throw Mr. McGregor in the lake!ReplyDelete
I will join you!Delete
Lovely use of the prompts. I really like Brian's thought about Mr McGregor too.ReplyDelete
Cute use of the prompts!ReplyDelete
That is a good story, but poor Lucy.ReplyDelete
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Great use of the prompts but poor Lucy. I was hoping the cats could figure a way to get McGregor in the pond but happy to see see Brian has solved that.ReplyDelete
Interesting fill ins.
Oh poor Lucy! Next time Mr McGregor should slip and fall in also.ReplyDelete
1. Stop blogging.ReplyDelete
2. Anything sweet.
3. The Bible.
4. I wonder how long I have left.
Who knows why Mr. McGregor would do such a thing, but perhaps turn about would teach him something.ReplyDelete