Of farewells and revelations

It always hurts to say goodbye. But the one thing I do know for Adisti, who gave me this theme for day eleven, is that the best thing about a farewell, is that it always opens a door to a new beginning. Of farewells and revelations. J R Manawa. Emmeline had found herself within a ruin….

Wind that cuts like ice

For day ten my next theme victim, Aday, gave me the neat little topic An Icy Place. That sounds like fun! Let’s see where we go…. Wind that cuts like ice. J R Manawa. Outside the storm continued to rage as the black cab wound its way through the streets of North London. Inside the…

The Lightning and the Tree

If at first you don’t succeed, -well you know the rest! I had this post ready to go well before midnight on day nine, however, when it came time to share I realised I just wasn’t happy with it. Sometimes good things do need to take time, especially a good topic like the lightning tree,…

Faceless

I was having a late night coffee date over skype with my awesome sister, Mandi, when she gave me her topic. She then carried the laptop in to see Sean, who was still in bed, and prompted him to give me a topic also. We ended up with the word ‘fan‘. It may not seem…

The storm in his eye

With the help of Mandi’s chosen topic for day 7, things are about to get extraordinary. (If you are joining our tale today, welcome! Feel free to start the journey here.) The storm in his eye. J R Manawa. Rather impatiently, she watched the nurse’s face as the needle was removed from her vein. She…