Three Line Tales Week 42
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Hope and Promise
When she was young, life was wide open with soft curves, sweet breezes, and promise. Now she was an old woman and life was small and hard with cold winds, loneliness, and hope. All she had to do was to hold on to the hope, keep going forward to the light, and soon the promise would be hers to keep forever.
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enduring sustaining teaching
preparing for tomorrow’s promise
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In Other Words
the prompt this week is
“You can’t have a better tomorrow if you are thinking about yesterday all the time.”
Charles F. Kettering
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Today is Tuesday, October 26, 2010
10 stoopid questions and my honest replies.
1. How do you do?
2. Is that right?
No, I usually give false misleading information.
3. What’ up?
4. Why did you do that?
5. Who do you think you are?
6. Do you have the time?
No, that’s not my responsibility.
7. Care to explain yourself?
There is no explanation for me.
8. How many times do I have to tell you?
Apparently at least once more.
9. Will you promise not to get mad?
10. Do you want some chocolate?
There are some questions that should never be asked.