Tag: 100 Words

Buried treasure

I am one of those terribly annoying people who seems to have a corresponding anecdote for every story someone else tells. It's another of my bad habits I'm aware of and try to curb. Many times I have such a tale on the tip of my tongue and bite it off. Not my tongue, the ...

100 Word Challenge: Klutz

In an effort to get the “bad” stuff out of the way first, I began Jan. 1, 2018 face-down in my driveway. Let me elucidate. I live in Florida, which by all accounts, is a sub-tropical, warm-weather state. Last winter, I didn’t even bring my heavy coat out of storage. I managed any cool days ...

100 Word Challenge: Intent

This time next week we will already be into 2018 - so ‘fess up. Who has already pondered on their New Year’s Resolution list? Anyone? Typically I hate that sort of thing. For me, it’s just setting myself up for failure because I set some lofty goals. Still, I have an insatiable need to DO. ...

100 Word Challenge: Favorite

As much as I like to write (big) words, I like taking (pretty) pictures even more. Over the past year, I have published at least one of my own photos for each of my written posts. The gallery represents the top 12 images from 2017. (Based on the number of Likes each photo received from you, ...

100 Word Challenge: Daze

On the days I run errands, I map out a short and efficient route. I don’t like backtracking. I want to make a smooth transition from one place to another. Last week, I deviated from my original plan and all hell broke loose. At the end of my run, I decided to make an unscheduled ...

100 Word Challenge: Shop

The Mister and I went shopping over the weekend, our first foray into the holiday mania that is the Christmas Season. Up until then, we ticked off items on our wish lists piecemeal and mainly online. After only a few minutes in the hype and hordes, I remembered why I don’t like holiday gift shopping ...

100 Word Challenge: Madness

Here is a picture of my cat, Issy, being ever so helpful while I was manically interfacing with a digital customer service representative for my medical insurance provider. After an hour I had reached "Critical Mass" and was grateful said customer service rep could neither see, nor hear me. I probably would not have received ...