Saturday, July 16, 2011

Plugs and Graphite

Here we are again in handcuffs. Do the rest of you wonder who put a burr under Jenny's blanket and rubbed her the wrong way?? Now on the other hand, thank you all for your encouraging and funny comments this last week. To write well enough to entertain and keep the reader hooked is nice. Now with the ascribed  miserly 25 words, here goes Saturday Centus .............  fill in the enoumous blanks.


Ultra light graphite doubled throbbing against the "really nice" bass digging deeper. Impatient to slip on down the bank, "PLEASE, lip it; I'm not getting any younger here."

15 comments:

  1. Impeccably chosen words M...you should be writing fishing stories...Peace and blessings

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  2. I thought fishing was supposed to be relaxing!!!
    Great use of the prompt!!!

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  3. Excellent !
    My exact feelings when nothing is biting and our grandkids each want to catch their own fish !

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  4. Wonderful "fish story." I could see you angling that Bass! You sure do know how to make your 25 words speak volumes.

    Namaste..........cj

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  5. I know that feeling and fill in the blanks nicely! Well done.

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  6. Excellent! Really enjoyed this!

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  7. I don't mind waiting for the fish, but I like it on my plate come suppertime!~Ames

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  8. I agree, the wording is great. I especially like "lip it." Provocative contribution.

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  9. I'm thinking this is why I don't do fishing. I would get to impatient.

    Great job.

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  10. Well done! A fishing story.
    Now I understand why your blog is called "The Woodswoman". You must be an "outdoorsie kind of a gal"!
    Best wishes,
    Anna
    Books are heavy-Anna's SC wk 63

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  11. i really like the clever word detail you used when decribing your story there.

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  12. I got it! I got it! I was kind of in a naughty mood after reading Jeff's so I briefly forayed into...well...ummm... never mind.

    Clever use of the prompt. I promise that next week I'll give you back some words!

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