Friday Fast One-Two Edition

Portland Bridge Pattern by Tommia Wright

Portland Bridge Pattern by Tommia Wright

Well, off to Portland for the Sketchbook Project! Going with two other friends who make up the “SnoBoot Sketchcats!” team – Sheri J. Kennedy and Vicky Bastedo, Here’s to hoping we may find our books on the shelf during this tour. “Leaf ‘n’ Memories” is my contribution this year.

Dorinda

Dorinda

Otherwise, slow plodding through the Camp NaNo project: Sights on the Storm.

The below snippet was courtesy of a one-minute-fiction challenge, using the line: “Why not? I just needed a little bit of encouragement. And that was just what I received!”

Crumbs

Dorinda grabbed her coat off her chair and bolted for the door. Edward stepped in front of her, her keys in hand. ”What do you think you’re doing? You can’t just start digging around in someone’s life and expect to get the proof trouble-free.”

“Why not? I just needed a little bit of encouragement. And that was just what I received! Did you see how he reacted to that campaign ad? She has to be the one~! She’s the Tempest I’m looking for.”

“Senator Lovett elicits that kind of response from any normal person. You didn’t read her political pieces in the paper, did you? Talk about archaic and asinine. Oh, and she has a great personality, a la Atilla the Hun, when it comes to payback.” He stood his ground, aware that the best he could do was try to minimize the impending damage.

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2 Responses to Friday Fast One-Two Edition

  1. Mari Collier says:

    The best of luck to your Sketch Book team!! Nice beginning that needs an end.

  2. Denise Hisey says:

    Have fun in Portland!

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