a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Mag 115

The amazing Tess at Magpie Tales challenges us weekly to flex our writing muscles and our imagination.  She supplies a picture, we supply our words.  Keep 'em coming.  I enjoy these writing prompts.  Hop over to her site and read all the creations and add your own.  Thank you, Tess!
When I was very young my sister would tell me there were little people that would come and swim with her while she bathed.  Being a fan of The Borrowers I hoped it was true.  I thought only that my sister had a good imagination...until this week.

Now I have proof.

17 comments:

thingy said...

Haha! Sis has been vindicated.

Mary Aalgaard, Play off the Page said...

That is a weird picture. Maybe he has to get to the end of the book in order to know how to get out of the jar.

Kathe W. said...

delightful- I believed in little people who lived inside the walls-maybe they were there.....

Little Nell said...

Did your sister mention a naughty little man with no clothes on? :)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Sisters! :-)))

LindaG said...

Haha. Wonderful! :o)

Tess Kincaid said...

Very substantial proof...

SaucyKod said...

We have little people living in our forests and every now and then you can hear them singing in the breeze.
He's reading up on "Glass Climbing" :)

Brian Miller said...

ha and now there is a little proof...my mind went to bill cosby in the tub with his brother and the g i joe guys too...lol...

Rudee said...

For some reason, I'm humming, Message in a Bottle.

Sue said...

He's like a little pet reader in a jar.

I haven't had time to write a mag this week...not sure if I will get to it tomorrow, either. I liked yours because The Borrowers was something that captured my imagination years ago.

=)

Berowne said...

Ah yes, I well remember The Borrowers. Well done.

Helen said...

Funny Girl!!!

Nezzy said...

Yep, I can see that maybe, just maybe you outmatch your sis here.

Shhhh, I used to open the pantry and talk to the Chicken of the Sea mermaid on the can....she talked in the commercials didn't she???

Enjoy your day sweetie!!! :o)

Irene said...

I hope he doesn't get too cold in that water in the jar. Do you add some warm water to it now and then?

Sean Vessey said...

Delightful tales of little swimmers!

Thank you !

zongrik said...

very imaginative

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