Two Sentences Tuesday #38

Climbing into bed that night, she remembered that the Australian Open was on TV and as she tuned in to see how Hewitt was progressing, she was thrilled to see his trademark in action as he closed in on the second set. Perhaps in the face of retirement, she mused, our very own #fistypumper can pull one more rabbit …

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Two Sentences Tuesday #37

For a split second, she allowed herself to dream of what life would be like if 2,000,000.00GBP randomly landed in her bank account. And whilst silently cursing those pesky Nigerian money scammers, she gave herself a mental slap, deleted the message and got back to paying the slew of invoices from the recent New Year's Eve event she'd …

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Two Sentences Tuesday #35

It had been some time since she had participated in a ladies day out complete with long boozy lunch, exotic cocktails and fabulous conversation with great gal pals. As they progressed from bar to bar, her inner child slowly began to emerge and soon she was able to indulge in a little silliness, which was most certainly in abundance upon discovering …

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Two Sentences Tuesday #34

As she made one last ditch effort to get herself organised and pack the necessities required for a Christmas camping adventure, she took pause at the 'family' of stockings she had made over the past few years. Out of the blue, the emotions surfaced and tears welled in her eyes as she reflected on the conversation she …

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Two Sentences Tuesday #33

It seemed quite ridiculous to her that she had to turn her attention to planning the community Australia Day Celebration when Christmas wasn't even upon them. But as she sat with flags and tattoos strewn across event plans and to do lists, she knew that if she didn't put in the hours now, it would be …

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Two Sentences Tuesday #31

It was reassuring for her to realise that should she ever need them, her village would happily respond to the call for babysitting help so that she could attend important work meetings or community network functions. It was lucky for her to know that every good babysitter should be paid accordingly and fortunately hers accepted payment in chocolate …

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Stop the clock!

As I was posting yesterday's Two Sentences Tuesday I realised that I had just posted my 30th one since introducing the concept.  That's 30 weeks ago!  Over half a year ago! Where on earth has this year gone and can someone please stop time from passing by so quickly??? Someone said to me today that it was …

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