SCARLETS DREAM

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WORDLE #240

Use ten or more:

enough, kiss, threat, run, dream, scarlet, jump, touch, group, bell, mist, cross

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DREAM

Scarlet dreamed about becoming a cross-country athlete.

She joined a group of girls that practiced how to jump and run at lighting speed, but it wasn’t enough for her so she practiced alone as well.

Her first important race was close to being canceled due to a threat of bad weather.  There was a heavy mist in the air, but the race was not canceled.

She ran faster than the other girls and never missed jumping the hurdles.

As she touched the finish line the love of her life was there to present her with the gold trophy and give her a kiss to congratulate her on living out her dream.

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THE HIJACK

MINDLOVEMISERY …………..Wordly #96  February 1,  2016

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Week 96

THE HIJACK

“Jack, I heard about your horrible weekend,” Todd said.  “I could just visualize it!”

“Wow! Word gets around fast.  It sure put me in a bind.  I doubt that I will every forget it or let someone deceive me like that again.”

“I thought friends were suppose to help you, not cause you misery!”

“I’ve always been able to tolerate a lot of pranks, but the hijack of my new boat is not one of them!”

“Was it Jackson that hit you on the head and caused the turgescence?”

“No, it was his girlfriend, Jennifer.”

“You mean the girl with the single tendril hanging down on her forehead?”

“That’s the one!”

“I was just standing there talking to Jackson and she began to advance toward me and before I knew what happened I was lying on the deck and I passed out.”

“They put me on a raft, so I was buoyant, but unconscious and had no control where I floated.”

“I ended up in a large patch of arborescent duck weeds. “

“When I woke up, they were transporting me to a coast guard boat.”

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