May you finally discover who’s laying all those chocolate eggs … or something better. Remembering the God who makes the impossible possible, and the joy of His rising, this day and every day–Happy Easter!
May God bless you, this year and next year, and all the years to come.
Silver Shells and Beads (365 Words) His cousins were visiting. Tommy knew he should like it when his cousins visited, but they were a little older than him and always treated him like a baby. So when his parents and their parents went to the beach, Tommy spent most of his time playing in theContinue reading “Silver Shells and Beads”
Sea Monster (132 Words) Supposing it was a sea monster. Billy and Brian insisted that it was. I thought there was a mechanical touch to it myself. “Well go on,” I said. “See what it is.” They looked around the bench, glaring at me. “It could eat us, silly,” pointed out Brian, always the logicalContinue reading “Sea Monster”
The House that Wouldn’t Let Go (193 Words) They sincerely tried to escape the house. But when the wheel popped clean off of Grandpa’s carefully maintained car—a car that had outlived countless relatives and was taken care of with all the tenderness of a baby—they knew they weren’t going anywhere. “Dad’s going to kill me,”Continue reading “The House that Wouldn’t Let Go”
Wishing you merry New Beginnings and a dashing New Year, from Wallie’s Wentletrap! *** “It’s all so—so—ugh—” “Just try to be quiet, mate,” advised Dancy. “No one’s asking you to give a pledge or anythin’, y’know. It may mean nothing to you, but it means something to these ’uns.”
Yesterday, the Imp and I read a most provocative post prompt. The “Brand New You, Effective Tomorrow,” was very interesting to me—I have a secret itch to be the hula hoop artist in Cirque du Soleil—but Wallie was indignant. He couldn’t think of anyone he would rather be. He told my friend in Impish (theContinue reading “Eight Arms and Six Eyes”
The search is on for the perfect Pumpkin. Wallie loves all Pumpkins. My house is not a pumpkin patch. Wallie is optimistic.
Wishing you a Snappy New Year! –Wallie the Imp and Co.
Wallie supposes it is a little late to say “Hello, November.” Wallie the Imp has a sharp sweet-tooth, and his favorite holiday season definitely spans from October to December. He loves to go Trick-or-Treating because no one ever suspects him, and he always looks forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.