Thursday, January 30, 2014

One Word Wednesday - January 29 posts:

January 24, 2014 - taffy

She slowly walked through the aisles, looking for a souvenir for her mother-in-law. What would she want from the zoo? Then her eyes settled on a bright yellow box filled with taffy. Aha! That’s perfect!

January 25, 2014 - plausible

It’s plausible that he sneaked out of the house because his parents were being horrible, but more than likely he just had a bad attitude and his loving parents said he couldn’t go to a party with his friends

January 26, 2014 - apprehend

“You cannot apprehend the depth of my sorrow and pain at the loss of my child. You say you are sorry, but I don’t want your apologies. It should have been you, not my Sarah, who died in that car crash. How could you? How? Why?” Elizabeth crumpled to the ground, her hands covering her tear-drenched face.

January 27, 2014 - doubled

She doubled the amount of chocolate chips in the recipe.

“I want chocolate, and I’m going to have it, dammit!” She glared at her husband who just shrugged his shoulders and walked away.

“Stupid diet,” she muttered to herself and continued to stir the chocolate chips into her cookie dough.

January 28, 2014 - unplanned

It was unplanned. We were just walking and chatting about nothing in particular. Then we had lunch at a nearby diner, coffee afterwards at my place. We sat on the couch together, and he leaned towards me. Then I heard a knock on the door: my sister was frantic. She was pregnant. It was unplanned.

January 29, 2014 - clasp

Chelsea clasped the locket to her chest. “Thank you. I will cherish it forever,” she said to her grandmother.

Her grandmother smiled. “I know you will.” She then closed her eyes and said, “I’m feeling tired, dear.”

“Yes, Grandma. I’ll let you rest.” Chelsea kissed her grandmother’s forehead and left the room. Then as she stood outside the bedroom door, she opened the locket.

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