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Category Archives: Photo Prompts
I write a lot of my stories as serial stories using prompts. I have many different stories, the longest one is 50 parts if I am not mistaken. My current one is here and still in progress. You can use … Continue reading
___________________________________________ Stormy Weather By Teresa Smeigh Copyright September 2015 The weather had been threatening all day, but the Sanger twins wouldn’t listen to reason and took their sailboat out in the bay. The winds were strong and the sailboat took … Continue reading
Finish the story begins with: “The A&B Building was made entirely from driftwood.” ______________________________________________________ The A&B Building Written by Teresa Smeigh Copyright September 2015 “The A&B Building was made entirely from driftwood. It took many years to construct this … Continue reading
Beth looked at the little boy standing in front of her with his hands behind his back. He asked if she was Beth. She replied yes. He got down on his one knee and said, “This is for you, … Continue reading
PHOTO PROMPT © C.E. Ayr Friday Fictioneers ______________________________________________ Missing Shoe By Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright November 2015 Nancy ran, quickly, stumbling on her heels. Her pursuer was gaining rapidly. She stepped down on the drain and lost a shoe. … Continue reading
___________________________________________________________ The Kidnapping By Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright September 7, 2015 Nancy and Claire were riding down the roadway with the radio blasting and the convertible top open. Nancy pushed the accelerator down. She wanted to see how fast she … Continue reading
This week’s photo prompt is provided by pixabay.com (free to use photos) Beep! Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright November 2015 “Beep boop boop beep,” cooed little Arianna. “Honey, honey wake up, Arianna is talking and it is time … Continue reading
Bonnie Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright September 2015 She tried to concentrate on her painting, but she could hear soft noises from over by the large oak tree. “Mommy?” came a little child’s voice. Then “Mommy, is that you?” … Continue reading
Susie looked at her poor toys. The three of them the firemen saved and threw outside. They were soaking wet from the firemen putting out the fire in her house and they hadn’t had time to dry yet. As … Continue reading
Image from WikiCommons, taken by Andrea Pavenello and used under the Creative Commons Agreement Dinner by Teresa Smeigh January 2017 The kitchen smelled odd and the guests were starting to fidget. They admired the lovely table setting in the dining … Continue reading
Week of December 22, 2015 This week’s photo prompt is provided by Etol Bagam. Thank you Etol for the beautiful prompt Umbrella Crazy by Teresa Smeigh December 2015 The lady with the pink umbrella walked that route twice a … Continue reading
I wrote this last week for another prompt and I think it also fits “Wicked Meandering” and so I am combining them with a few changes. Our Write Side’s Master Class Light and Shade Challenge Image from WikiCommons, taken by … Continue reading
This week’s photo prompt is provided by Tim Livingston with the blog, The ForesterArtist. Thank you Tim for our photo prompt this week! ************** Abandoned by Teresa Smeigh March 2017 The boys were all avidly listening to the speaker. They … Continue reading
Kid’s Soccer – by Teresa Smeigh August 2016 Danny always warmed the bench. The coach didn’t think he was good enough to play with the others. Danny cried every game that he sat out and wished with all his heart … Continue reading
I am terrified of fire, so bad, that as a child I was forbidden to watch the news or any shows, or movies, that might contain fire (obviously “Towering Inferno” was a no-no). It was and still is, a terrible … Continue reading
Twins I rubbed the piece of plaster, laid out the tools and headed to bed for an early start on my project. The next morning I opened the door and stared. My block of plaster had two heads carved … Continue reading
Revenge of the Bumble Bee I had my hands full of dishes from the counter when a bumble bee flew up under my uniform dress. I immediately dropped the dishes on the counter and began swatting at my dress trying … Continue reading
The Project “Dennis! What are you doing?” Janice reaches for the tools in her son’s hand. “Mom, I’m working on my school project.” He reaches for the tools. “No! These are dangerous for a 7 year old boy.” “I ain’t … Continue reading
The Great Paint Escapade Mark, Darren and several other of the kids were looking at the painting and giggling. The guards glanced at them every now and then and wondered what they were up to. The children ignored the guards … Continue reading