Category: fantasy

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Lilliput

Well, this is a first! I don’t normally participate in this type of challenge, nor do I accept awards, mainly because they involve others, and that makes me uncomfortable. For some reason though, this picture immediately conjured up a short tale of woe, so I’m giving it a go, but first I must thank and tag Fandango at https://fivedotoh.com/ who tagged me for this challenge.

The idea for the challenge came from Nova  at My Namastè 365 Online she has named it Imagination Plantation.”

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The Inhabitants of 402 Part 1

“If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans.” ~ Stephen Hawking (2010)

The Wednesday Word Prompt over at GC and my site Weekly Prompts is Haywire.

Camera icons 2Some eighteen months ago, on a whim, I began to write a little piece of fiction that was inspired by an amusing remark from GC.

It was never my intention for my little bit of nonsense to sit amongst my computer files for a year and a half, but occasionally things go  haywire, such as never completing the final part! Today I have addressed that slip, part three is finished and here is part one.

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It’s 1929 and it’s Christmas

Once again I’m adding another Advent Continuesentry  to our Photo Challenge at  Weekly Prompts, the site I share with GC. You may remember that Gerry and I extended our Advent photo challenge right up until Christmas Eve. Check it out.  This weekend another Advent Challenge will be added.

My personal challenge is to see how many posts I can link to the Advent challenges before Christmas eventually arrives!

Last Saturday I visited Harewood House with my eldest daughter Victoria. Harewood is the home of the Earl and Countess of Harewood and for the second year running the house is open to the public for the Christmas period. This year the theme is Christmas Dreams 1920s style.

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Beware the Goblins

Friday Follies Week 3

Week three of Artisan’s new Friday Follies at his site Proscenium.

My own entry was found during a visit to a 15th-century inn just half an hour’s drive from my home in Yorkshire, England.

kids at mother shipon's

goblin picture

 

Hobgoblins, with their dark colored shaggy hair, are thought to be one of the most benign forms of goblin, closely related to brownies. They are small tricksters that love to mess with human lives through direct influence or theft when they are really in a mood to pull practical jokes.  ~mysticfiles

(C) SueW-nansfarm.net 2018. In response to the Photo-challenge Friday Follies from Proscenium