Brainstorm (word prompts)

The following six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting a few of my favourites over on Instagram.

30. It’s no picnic when they bite.

1. Bullseye! A shame we’re playing golf.

2. Brainstorm imminent. Expect flashes of brilliance.

3. Arrive with a flourish ~ attract attention.

4. I create and connect every day.

5. The fog lifts. All becomes clear.

6. Sharpened, ready to draw the line.

[April/May prompts: picnic, bullseye, brainstorm, flourish, daily intention, new lens, sharpened]

Bad ideas (word prompts)

The following six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting a few of my favourites over on Instagram.

23. Kites, briefly untethered, caught by trees.

24. Skipping stones, smiling until they sink.

25. No afternoon hike ends at midnight!

26. Bad ideas can beget good ideas.

27. Farmer’s market: hard work’s hand-picked deliciousness.

28. Cherry blossoms: pink popcorn tree candy.

29. Let’s make a splash! You first : )

[April prompts: kite festival, skipping stones, afternoon hike, idea renewed, farmer’s toil, cherry blossoms, splash!]

Bilocation

Bilocation — acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 mm, 2018. Available.

Have you ever wished you could be in two places at the same time? This quirky little abstract was inspired by one of my six-word stories: “Bilocation would be a useful skill.” Click on the image to see more photos on Etsy.

Cloud animals (word prompts)

The following six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting a few of my favourites over on Instagram.

16. Mother’s young, her pride and joy.

17. The hidden path, hidden no longer.

18. Yellow boots: sunshine for grey days.

19. Hatchlings peeped at their new world.

20. Cloud animals carelessly mix and mingle.

21. She planted a kiss. Love grew.

22. Thunderbolt and lightning… very, very frightening.

[April prompts: mother’s young, hidden path, yellow boots, hatchlings, cloud animals, planted, thunderstorm.]

Free parking (word prompts)

The following six-word stories were prompted by the Page Flutter Six-Word Story Challenge. I’m also posting a few favourites on Instagram.

9. Fresh-spiration gave her art new meaning.

10. Bees are a-buzz, a sweet sound.

11. Her new-found confidence illuminated the stage.

12. Our garden shed, overgrown with plans.

13. Going homeward. Looking backward. Feeling awkward.

14. Ten percent luck, ninety percent perseverance.

15. Abandoned streets offer wildflowers free parking.

[April prompts: fresh-spiration, buzzzz, new light, garden shed, homeward, try again, wildflowers.]