lorraine commented on the post, panel 9 years ago
The judges sat on the panel in front of me. They stared down their noses. I couldn’t remember the last time I’d felt so small.
lorraine commented on the post, whiskers 9 years ago
She thinks she’s the bee’s knees, the cat’s whiskers. How she can stand there and say that God only knows. What a woman!
lorraine commented on the post, costume 9 years ago
My job reminds me of a costume drama. I work on an old estate. It’s like a modern day version of Upstairs Downstairs.
lorraine commented on the post, table 9 years ago
On the tablewas a bottle of vintage champagne. She knew it was vintage, she’d seen the label before. She’d sold one in the restaurant weeks ago now for a thousand pounds.
lorraine commented on the post, octopus 9 years ago
He had arms like an octopus, a hand in every crevice. I pulled away, ducked to avoid his slobbering mouth. Yuk!
lorraine commented on the post, seat 9 years ago
He flew by the seat of his pants. The stairs he took three at a time. He had to get to the station before she left.
lorraine commented on the post, sweater 9 years ago
My favorite old sweater was navy blue. My sister and I had one each for Christmas. We wore them til they were threadbare.
lorraine commented on the post, bear 9 years ago
The bear essentials – that’s all we could take. It was impossible to think I couldn’t take the kitchen sink.
lorraine commented on the post, flannel 9 years ago
An old man in grey flannel trousers walked across the bridge. He paused at the entrance to the park, looked inside. If he found what he was looking for it didn’t shpw. He sighed and walked on.
lorraine commented on the post, sunlight 9 years ago
Sunlight seeping through the curtains made Stacy wince. Her hangover had just kicked in and she was beginning to remember what she’d got up to last night.
Sunlight splashed through the window, spread across the floor. I stretched and got up out of bed. Time to think about work again.
lorraine commented on the post, chatter 9 years ago
On and on she went until I thought she’d run out of oxygen. Does she ever let up? I wondered. Still could be worse, could be the silent treatment.
lorraine commented on the post, grown 9 years ago
When I grew up I wished I could still be young. I’d spent ten years wishing to be older. How I wish I could wind back the clock now.
lorraine commented on the post, tallest 9 years ago
Tall stories, jokes, lies, whatever you want to call them. All imaginative ideas or complete rubbish? You decide.
lorraine commented on the post, walk 9 years ago
A walk in the park on a summer’s day was just what the doctor ordered. How could she resist? One handsome companion and an ice cream – heaven.
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