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The Things You Do For Love (Postcard Shorts, October 2012)

Every evening, pounding the pavements, come rain or shine, with me twenty yards behind. I do my best, but I’m overweight, stockily built and no athlete; I sense people laughing at me. She thinks I like to run with her, … Continue reading

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It’s What I’m Here For (100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups, April 2012)

The challenge this week was to incorporate the phrase  ‘I’m exhausted.   Shut the door behind you… Every evening, pounding the pavements, whatever the weather, with me twenty yards behind. I do my best, but I’m overweight, and no athlete. … Continue reading

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Straight Talking (Friday Fictioneers, 16 March 2012)

Friday Fictioneers:  This week’s prompt, and the start of the ‘chain’ can be found at http://madisonwoods.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/photo-prompt-for-100-word-flash-fridayfictioneers-22/  Straight Talking You don’t like me, right?   I sense these things.  But you will.  I’ll wait. What matters is that he likes me.  A … Continue reading

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Your Turn to Come to Us …? (The Short Humour Site, June 2011)

Sighing, I watched Helen extracting tiny morsels from her meal and lining the edge of her plate with them. I had forgotten about the chicken.  When she’d finished harvesting chicken, she launched a second trawl through her meal.  If I’d … Continue reading

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