Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Using Wednesday's Words

Words for Wednesday is a weekly writing prompt designed to get our creative juices flowing.  A group of us take it turn about to provide the prompts on a monthly basis.
This month the prompts are being brought to us by Cindi of Letting The Words Escape.  She can be found in my sidebar.
The words this week are:
resolution, niece, sweet, celebration, Elvis, golden
snow, summer, typewriter, Edmund, sarcophagus and France.

here goes:

Edmund sat at his typewriter, fingers poised for action, brain in confusion.  His niece Adelle had mentioned in her last letter from France that she was in the midst of making her New Year resolutions, one of which was to go to Egypt to visit the tombs of the Pharaohs.  She had seen a golden sarcophagus in a museum over the summer and had been entranced.
Edmund sighed.  Such a sweet girl he reflected.  How could he tell her of his humble resolutions.  He would work on it later he thought, after his performance.  The New Year celebration wouldn't be complete without his Elvis impersonation on the snow covered stage at City Hall.  He thought again fondly of his niece and typed, "I'll Have A Blue Christmas Without You."


  1. Clever and fun. And I hope that both of them achieve their resolutions.
    PS: We now have all of the year covered. Woo-Hoo.

  2. This was so welll done, girl!! It all connected. Happy New Year!


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