You Never Know Who Will Save Your Life: Wordle #211

Caroline was determined to make the most out of her vacations. What a ballyhoo she performed, stating to anyone who would listen that she was not afraid to try anything, leaving herself open to Jean's meanness. As the two women and their husbands walked through the highly-trafficked restaurant district in Istanbul, they palavered on where … Continue reading You Never Know Who Will Save Your Life: Wordle #211

When Life’s Journey is Short: Tale Weaver #197

He was a miracle from the beginning! I had three miscarriages before he struggled to remain in the womb. I spent four long months bed-ridden, determined to honor his will to live by doing everything that she could to bring him safely in the world. His smile captivated everyone around him, earning him the nickname, … Continue reading When Life’s Journey is Short: Tale Weaver #197

Racing Against Time: Tale Weaver #191

"Hurry," George said, "we have to leave before the first snow falls." George was head of the gnomes of Netherland, so he was responsible for ensuring that every gnome returned to Netherland before the onset of snow. Gnomes were for decorating in spring and summer. The snow was cold and wet, causing much grief to … Continue reading Racing Against Time: Tale Weaver #191

A Most Atypical Woman: Bonus Wordle the Letter A

Agnes Applesby is atypical for a woman, for she avoids wearing any make-up that might amplify her beauty. She always wears ankle-length dresses, making sure no one can see her body. It's as if she does not want the arduous job of keeping up her appearance for some guy.  Her almond-shaped eyes have intrigued many … Continue reading A Most Atypical Woman: Bonus Wordle the Letter A

Finally A Heart to Call Home

Fiction written for the First Line Friday Challenge by Mindlovemisery's Menagerie. Spider silk clung to the doors over the windows, across everything she had left behind. Jennifer stood next to her assigned bed, remembering all the nights that she laid there praying to God for some sign of who she was, whose she was, and … Continue reading Finally A Heart to Call Home