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Ahh, No…

Your twice-divorced co-worker, mid forties, former model,
– Three children with first hubby,
– Two rescue dogs with number two…

“Sure, try something new,” I answer.

“You’re right, “she said, “My new boyfriend, he’s twenty-five.”

That wasn’t what I meant.

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Inspiration: Trifecta – the challenge, to write 33 words and then tag on the five last words: “That wasn’t what I meant.”

So, 33 words + the five = 38 grand total.

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Step Back Into Time

What if, say a hundred years from now, a child’s field trip goes something like this Trifecta Writing: 33 words Photo Prompt Challenge

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Step back into time…a rare exhibit. Student with primitive study tools: textbooks and highlighter marker. Note the obsolete coffeehouse, Starbucks, and no e-books.

DO NOT TAP ON GLASS!
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The Historical Living Museum Staff

Photo credit:Thomas Leuthard


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The First Time I Saw…

The first time I saw the cruel, cold eyes at the door, I knew. The Wolves would force their vise of fear to bring locks and chains to debts owed. No words, just one brute shove, a street slave.

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Artist: Burhan Dogancay

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Inspiration: Trifecta: Trifextra: Week 100. The challenge:

“… a 33-word response to the following snippet: The first time I saw. . .

Here’s the catch: all of your 33 words must be one syllable each….To clarify, we are giving you 5 words.  We want another 33 from you, for a grand total of 38.”

Photo credit: Artist, Burhan Dogancay, 2009 Pop Art via Wikipaintings. org

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Yeah, whatever…

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“Mom, please come visit David and I, we’re all settled,” said Angela.

To cover her depression with encouraging, loving words, mother said, “Yeah, whatever…I mean, of course, I will, Honey.

“What’s wrong, Mom?”

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Photo Source: Wikipainting.com |Artist: Tamara de Lempicka, 1930 | The Telephone  

Started with three words for the New Year resolution and now worked up to 33 words inspired by Trifecta . (yes, patting myself on the back, laugh-laugh) The word prompt challenge is to use  WHATEVER in the adverb definition:

3whatever adverb

—used to show that something said or done is not important

Remember: • Your response must be between 33 and 333 words 
• You must use the 3rd definition of the given word in your post
 • The word itself needs to be included in your response
 • You may not use a variation of the word; it needs to be exactly as stated above
 • Only one entry per writer
• Trifecta is open to everyone. Please join us.
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Shine On Courageously

Because there will be moments when days seem so dark,
shine on courageously
Because fear will come along and dim those creative lights,
shine on courageously
Because real light is sometimes hard to find,
shine on courageously
Because new beginnings happen,
shine on courageously

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Three word resolution inspired by Trifecta – my first link up. 

Update: A special post by Katie Kurtz from e.g. a writing blog who wonderfully collected all the Trifecta three word resolution for 2014. Enjoy!