Qualm

“Yes.” Vince’s answer was extremely abrupt. “I don’t have time for this, I have urgent work to do.” His tone wasn’t even condescending, it was dismissive.
“I realize you don’t understand or recognize what I do, but none-the-less, I’d like to see the family’s dog. What can it hurt? If I’m a quack, five minutes won’t make a difference…”

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Obstinate

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/08/12/your-daily-word-prompt-obstinate-august-12-2019/ Loki, our beautiful black german shedder (haha) had to have elbow surgery 3 days ago. He came home the next day, groggy and out of it due to the surgery and meds. He’s doing fine. For the most part, he’s groggy as all get out, but he’s able to eat and drink with no […]

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Saga

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/07/16/your-daily-word-prompt-saga-july-16-2019/ Every time she considered reading a saga her first and only thought was why? Why the interest, why care? Sagas were boring, concerned a lifetime and lifestyle of people she’d never known and wasn’t the least bit interested in and she was even less interested in investing time and effort in reading absorbing or […]

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Project

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/07/13/your-daily-word-prompt-project-july-13-2019/ Alex loved challenges, hell he lived for challenges. The new project that landed on his desk proposed to be a challenge on several fronts and he was eager to dig in and get started. Although his boss never set outlandish time limits on anyone, Alex usually set his own and always always reached his […]

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Treasure

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/03/12/your-daily-word-prompt-treasure-march-12-2019/ So many moments in life to treasure, it’s difficult to know where to begin and of course, life’s journey holds something different and uniquely special to each of us. It could be the birth of a child, a special person friend confident, a lover, partner, a parent, a grandparent that encompasses a truly special […]

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Double meaning?

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/02/07/your-daily-word-prompt-equivoque-february-7-2019/ June tried valiantly to overcome the excitement coursing through her veins. Roland’s notebook was valuable to him, always had been. He’d never hiked without one, recording memories of what he’d seen, where he’d been, moments of value. Only then would he take out his camera and begin snapping pictures which sometimes correlated with his […]

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Abroad – Sheryl’s Daily Prompt

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/02/25/your-daily-word-prompt-abroad-february-25-2019/ Just a quick note to let you know I’ve had the flue and been quite sick for a month or more. This is the oddest flue I’ve ever had. It settled into my hip and the pain was unbearable at times, unable to lay down or sit. My daughter recently went to the States […]

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Enchantment – Sheryl’s Daily Post

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/02/10/your-daily-word-prompt-enchantment-february-10-2019/ The beauty and fragrance of the garden around the cottage filled her with enchantment. Bold vibrant colours, a plethora of aromas, an appealing old world cottage – the setting bewitched her as her eyes roamed from one delight to the next. Behind the cottage down a slight embankment sat a beautiful pristine lake that […]

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Inviting- Sheryl’s Daily Prompt

https://onedailyprompt.wordpress.com/2019/01/29/your-daily-word-prompt-inviting-january-29-2019/ Blair didn’t know what to expect.  He’d heard all manor of strange rumours regarding the woman now living in the old mansion.  Whether sponsored due to lack of knowledge, jealousy, or on nothing, if half the rumours were true, she was an oddity.  No matter, he had a job to do.  He’d been hired […]

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Talisman – Sheryl’s Daily Prompt

Talisman as in Totem. Unfortunately there isn’t a picture of the huge totem standing inside the Chamber of Commerce.  The artists making these totems are so incredibly talented. I haven’t included the magnificent totems at Alert Bay, Malcom Island, Quatsino, Port McNeill and Namgis which hopefully I can do over the next few days. Vancouver […]

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Fortuitous – Sheryl’s Daily Prompt

He’d loved her since that fortuitous moment they’d met as she’d raced headlong down the dock waving goodbye to friends leaving on a cruise-ship.  When she’d crashed into someone racing the opposite direction, both heedless of the other, she’d nearly toppled into the ocean. He hadn’t believed in serendipity until that moment, his arms wrapped […]

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