In Other Words: “Peanut Butter”

Image by Mabel Amber, still incognito… from Pixabay
Welcome to my Weekly Participation Post here for In Other Words prompted by Patricia at her blog. I learned about it from another great BLOG. Why not visit there too? This should be fun.

I’ll let her explain the rules:

Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less
Use the picture and/or the word repair as inspiration
Link back to this post
If you are on WordPress this will create a pingback.
If you are not on WordPress put a link to your post in the comments.
You can also post your story or poem in the comments.

Here’s my entry for this week:

One for Every Tree

Parrots can be amazingly intelligent and inquisitive when they want to.

This one’s name matches her favorite treat.

She doesn’t care for the crunchy kind, but seems to prefer the super rich and creamy peanut butter that only comes in the large plastic jars.

We even figured a way to recycle them for reuse so it doesn’t impact the environment.

One for Every Tree in the neighborhood.

Now it’s your turn. Give it a try. -mike

For Ex-Swimmers Everywhere

In answer to a Comedian

“This has No true Scotsman fallacy written all over. You can parody the life experiences and history of honest people who have left Christianity if you like, but don’t think it’s an honest rebuttal or refutation at all.”
-mike

100 Word Wednesday: Baby Monitors

Image by Cyranny

Its Time again for the next installment of a weekly post 100 Word Wednesday. It’s a writing prompt meme by

100 Word Wednesday: Week 139

which invites others to share in the joys and creativity of micro fiction. Visit her blog for a full explaination of how to participate:

My entry for the week:

We walked slowly back to our car in the lot down the street from the restaraunt where were we had the most amazing dinner. It was her birthday and she’d requested italian, as usual.
Married less than a year, the newness of togetherness hasn’t yet worn off, especially when the news came last week of the promise of a third.
We have to be quiet thru this section, down this alleyway. There are always those who would listen in, trying to catch the odd word here or admission there. It’s not easy to keep a secret these days.
(98 words)

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Now it’s your turn.

-mike