This is week 29 of the Saturday Wordzzle challenge. Anyone new to the process can refer back here to find out how it works.
The words for this week's ten word challenge were: invincible, falling leaves, two-year-old, fusion, grizzly bear,
Here's my ten-word offering for this week:
Caviar the Invincible, the two-year-old trained grizzly bear from the Russian circus was lost and confused and wandering the streets of
And here's my mini challenge:
It was one of the strangest dreams Joan had ever had. She was wearing manacles and seated on a giant toad stool in
And the mega challenge:
Instead of counting sheep as he had been assigned to do, the young shepherd sat fervently chewing on his popsicle stick, the only solid food along with a bag of potato chips in an otherwise liquid lunch which had consisted of a six pack of his favorite beer. His eyes were glued to his two-year-old lap top and the Jurassic Park computer game at which he was aiming to achieve the level of invincible genius. So far, nobody had ever managed this feat and he wanted more than anything to win the trip to sunny
This week's vanity wordzzle used the words: Degree, figure, nourish, introduction, color, remember, brightness, worry, aventurine, fingertips.
Sarah held the small round stone in her delicate hands and admired its rich green color. She had a particular fondness for aventurine, but this was the most beautiful stone she had ever seen. She could not remember ever finding another stone quite like it. It rested on her fingertips with such extraordinary brightness that it took her breath away. And although she did not generally believe in such foolishness - she was of much too practical a bent - this stone actually did seem to emit some kind of energy. She could not figure it out, but holding it (or even looking at it) seemed to ease her worries and fill her with a degree of peace and contentment unfamiliar to her. Why it was quite utterly absurd, but she would even say that she felt nourished by this tiny stone. Standing there in the sunlight holding it, she knew, though she could not explain it, that somehow her life from now on was going to be different. And she could not have been more right, for this particular stone came only to a special few and was both an invitation and an introduction into the fairy world. Practical, no nonsense Sarah had been chosen and her life would never be the same again.
Next Week's Ten Word Challenge will be: spam, problematic, flower girl, splurge, milk, orphanage, lyrics, politics, ice cream cone
And for the Mini Challenge: drag race, poppy seed, swinging from a star, John Denver, diagram
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Enjoy! See you next week.
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