Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Three Little Words

Exciting day for me tomorrow oh fabulous bloggie friends!

I shall be participating in my first every writer-ly blogfest!!! Oh yes!!

Thank you the lovely Joanne Fox who introduced me to the equally lovely Ellie of Diving in a Word Pool.

Ellie throws out 3 words and all we have to do is create a story in 33 words using any or all of the three words.

The words for tomorrow are: countryside, rose, sunshine.

And would you Adam and Eve it but I'm still re-writing and re-drafting my 33 word story. LOL!

Charlie says: I have three words for you: Door. Open. Now.


Have a simply divine Tuesday everyone! And please join in if you want to!

26 comments:

Ann said...

I will be watching this space anxiously waiting to read your 33 word stories!

Charlie is looking very debonair!

Theresa Milstein said...

I haven't seen any of your writing in AGES. I'm so excited! It's 10 pm here, so I hope it's done and you and Charlie are sound asleep.

What a fun idea for a blogfest.

Ann Best said...

Oh, it will be so interesting to see what you do with those three words! I'm sure it will be awesome. Charlie knows...

Joanne Fox said...

It's a fun exercise isn't it? For once I am organised and have almost finished tinkering with my 33 words ready to post tomorrow.

Jacqueline said...

We would love to read your 33 word story=how fun!..Good luck with the contest, Jenn...We think handsome Charlie's 3 little words for his Mom are "I Love You"...Happy day, sweet friends...kisses x3...Calle, Halle, Sukki

Reenie said...

That sounds interesting! I feel like joining in too! No time now, though. So many things are happening in life at the moment :).

Also, Charlie is SUPER CUTE!

Kea said...

I like your three words! Are you going to post it? Writing only 33 words would be extremely challenging, IMO.

I like Charlie's three words. LOL.

Good luck!

fairyhedgehog said...

Thirty three words? That's tough! I like flash fiction but I'm not sure what I could do with those words.

I like Charlie's words.

The Chair Speaks said...

Good Luck! :)

Brigid said...

They are lovely words to work with, thats a great idea for a blogfest, good luck with it.

Inigo Flufflebum and d'Artagnan Rumblepurr said...

Thank you for your kind words on Marg's blog today! We had to stop by and say hello :)

KarenG said...

I'll look forward to it! I like those 3 words.

Brian said...

That sounds like fun, I would have picked different words like catnip, whap and birdie...but that's just me. I like Charlie's words a lot!

Hannah and Lucy said...

Loved Charlie's choice of three words - think I've heard that a million times - I mean why use the cats flaps if mum is somewhere in shrieking distance!!
Will be looking forward to seeing your story - 33 words doesn't give you much to say. Think it could be very difficult.

Deborah said...

That's exciting! I can't wait to see what you write!
xxoo
Deborah

Watery Tart said...

33 words is so few! My writer's group drabbles a lot--stories in exactly 100 words. And I've done the 6 word story challenges, but 33 somehow seems more challenging (in 6, it's obvious you HAVE to be brief).

Anyway, I look forward to seeing it!

Kate Mascarenhas said...

I look forward to seeing this! Three such lovely words too - so summery.

Marg said...

Good luck and we can't wait to see what you write. That should be great fun. We love Charlie's take on three words. Can't wait to see what you write.
Have a great day.

Simon Kewin said...

That sounds hard but a lot of fun. Are you going to publish your 33 words here?

Talli Roland said...

Happy Tuesday Old Ktty and Charlie!

I have recently 'met' Ellie - she's lovely! Good luck with the blogfest - can't wait to see what you come up with!

Words A Day said...

Look forward to those 33 (!!!) words! Thats a great challange, best of luck!

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Well it sounds like a challenge - 33 words is not that many (though I suppose if you were to get stuck you would say the opposite!) I can picture a good story, but with my tendancy to ramble, well, 33 words would never happen!

Hi Charlie - we hope you got to go out quickly - we think those are great words!

Ginger Jasper said...

Goos luck.. I think you need to open the door please mum.. Hugs GJ xx

Travis Erwin said...

Sounds like fun.

notesfromnadir said...

Wow, that is a challenge! I've been known to write sentences w/ that many words!

Love Charlie's 3-word command! I can relate to that! :)

Beth Zimmerman said...

Sheesh! What is with all the super-short blog challenges? I thought 100 was too short for me! 33 would drive me NUTS!