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Two Shoes Tuesday #55 - Sit or Enough

Welcome to Two Shoes Tuesday...  a place for those who love to write!

There are two word prompts to choose from... you can use whichever one inspires you. You are not required to include them both. You do not have to include the prompt word, but please use it as the theme for your post. You are welcome to write a post for each prompt word, if you like. Posts unrelated to either word prompt will be deleted from the link list.

Your contribution must be in the form of an original poem, essay, or short story (fiction or non-fiction), and it must be a new piece - not something drawn from your other writings or archives.

Your link must go directly to your post for Two Shoes Tuesday, and somewhere in the post you must provide a link to Two Shoes Tuesday.  It doesn't need to be big or fancy, just a text or logo link at the end of your post will be fine. You can add a link anytime through Saturday night. 

Please take some time to visit as many of the other TST participants as possible during the week, we all love feedback on our efforts!  Feel free to email me at jts.2000@yahoo.com if you have any questions.

The November 26th writing themes to choose from are Sit and Enough.

12 comments:

  1. I apologize for the delay in posting Two Shoes Tuesday this morning. The electricity has been out at our house (and the rest of the neighborhood) since yesterday noon, due to the weekend ice storm which has taken down many power lines and poles. I wasn't able to get online to correct the posting error until I arrived at work this morning. I was never so happy to come to work... to warm up, our house was so very cold!

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    1. That sounds terrible, i'm glad that we don't have many of those ice storms here in Houston, only once, I think. Having no power isn't fun, especially when it's cold!
      : )

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  2. That answered my question. I was already worrying . . . . .

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    1. I'm sorry for leaving everyone hanging, Abelle, at least I'm happy to know that folks are eager and waiting for the post to go up! I'll check more carefully to make sure I have the settings right next time! :-)

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  3. Thank you, Josie ~~ It wasn't like you to miss. I was up at four-thirty because I couldn't sleep. I wondered if you had gotten snowed in at your job yesterday. Stay warm! :)
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    1. Wow you were up early and ready to post, Jim! If I hear links popping in on my cellphone at night it makes me smile! I think I might have preferred being stranded at work last night, I know it was a lot warmer, but I'm not sure that a chair, desk, or floor would have made for a restful night. As it was, we fared ok, kept warm under quilts, it was getting out of bed this morning to the very cold rooms that was hard to motivate myself to do! It didn't take me long to get washed, dressed, and out to the warming car, I assure you! :-)

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  4. Thanks, as always, for offering a place to share. Glad you are okay. Stay warm & safe. This too shall pass.

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    1. Thank you Annie, and everyone, for bringing your creative writing efforts here to share! I love Two Shoes Tuesday and Six Sentence Stories! You are right about the weather, and all difficult things we encounter in life, they pass, situations change, and we move forward! I was blessed to have just one night of cold, I know there are many more who suffer from the cold all winter long. My heart goes out to them!

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  5. Hey, thanks so much for inviting me to join in. I loved the prompt and had a lot of fun with it. Hope your electricity gets fixed soon :)

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    1. I was so delighted to see your link pop up here today Lizzi! Welcome to Two Shoes Tuesday, I can't wait to see what you've written!

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  6. Hi, hope you have power tonight. I am thinking of you. We just got rain to your east in SC, lots of it. I take it over ice anyday though. My favorite in the winter is a dusting of snow that lasts all day and gives you just enough to play and make a snow family. :)

    Mary

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    1. I am grateful that I found the power back on when I got home, Mary. We typically get a few snow days each winter, and in a day or two they are completely gone. When I was a child in Dakota we never saw the ground between November and April!

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