Twittering Tale #128 – 19 March 2019 – Pug in a Blanket

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Azriel was missing, Mike and Gabe had searched hi and low to no avail.Satan was enjoying watching them.The Big Man had located him. Sitting on the bed at flat 23, swaddled in a blanket. OMG she’s cute Dave I love her so much. Azriel cringed at the word she. Satan was having fun.
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    Twittering Tale #116 – 25 December 2018

    Happy Christmas to everyone here is a seasonal Twittering Tale. Brought to us by our wonderful host Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding.

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    Every year two red lights, one in the tree and one the attic. Nick looked forward to this stop. Rudolph and the gang not so much. Well, he got brandy and mince pies, they got carrots! This year was different there was a bucket of beer left out for gang. It was zig,zag all the way home.
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    Sorry I went over, Well it is Christmas. Have a great one everyone 💜💜💜💜

    Twittering Tale #100 – 4 September 2018. Still.

    This is my entry for Twittering Tales over at Kat Myrman. Today is the 100th anniversary of this weekly prompt.


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    Still.

    Still there, the monochrome plaque. The light from the air vent illuminating it.Stark against the black tiles. The old fear flooded my back.

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    Twittering Tale #99 – 28 August 2018

    This is my entry for Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding, Twittering Tales.

    “All I said was let them out for a run” Satan mumbled. Michael was having none of it.Gabriel had been sent for time out by the big man. Azriel sat in the corner happily.
    The heavenly herd had rampaged the earth leaving destruction in their wake. Satan just couldn’t see the problem

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    Twittering Tale #76 – The Secret Garden – 7 August 2018

    Twittering Tale #76 – The Secret Garden – 7 August 2018

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    It had all been so hard and scary. Yet today Jess felt calm everything in the garden was beautiful.She always thought of this corner as her secret place. They’d made such a fuss about her sitting out here, she’d won though. Alone now she was tired all pain gone she slipped away.

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    Twittering Tale #90 – Pick a Card – 26 June 2018

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    78 Card Pick Up. Heaven and Hell at it again.

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    “Who threw those cards down?”Gabriel was on the warpath again. Satan rolled his eyes why is that big galah always shouting? St Peter took in a sharp breath. God stood up and peered down to earth. “Well” he said loudly, “Someone will be playing 78 card pick up any time now”

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    Twittering Tale #83 – 8 May 2018

    This is my entry to Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales you can find Kat at Like Murcury Colliding

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    Night Work.

    Well it certainly wasn’t a sinkhole, it was incredibly deep. There was no explanation for this huge hole in the road. Suddenly the machinery stopped, silence engulfed them. Then the pounding started, strange lights shone like arcs into the sky.Tentacles appeared, and so it began.

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      Twittering Tale #77 – 26 March 2018

    This is for Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding, Twittering Tales.

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    Children should be seen but not heard.

    Lilley was lonely. It was nanny’s day off, there were guests downstairs so the servants were too busy to play. Silently she climbed the banisters. Lifting up her dress so as not to snag it. Without a sound she hurtled down the winding rail slap bang into the wall and oblivion.

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    Twittering Tale #71 – 13 February 2018 – It’s a Sign

    This is my entry for Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding’s Twittering Tales.

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    “I told the mayor, Mrs Finigan I did.”Said Aylish Mehon, crossing her arms. “Those damn Murphy boys have repositioned each and every sign. Last night! I told Sean to go out and stop them. But no he’d not leave his bed! Now no one will know their Aillwee’s Cave from Frank’s Pub”

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    Twittering Tale #45 – 15 August 2017

    This week Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding has given us an interesting prompt this week. A wolf in sheep’s clothing. 

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           A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

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    WTF! These pathetic legs are not mine where are my paws.I can’t let the others see me.Must of been the lamb Dhansak just before the full moon.
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