Transition of Thoughts

Weaving thoughts into words



The food in the new restaurant was delicious. As the waiters kept moving along amidst raucous laughter, he trudged along to find heather being used for cooking.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Moving, Fandango One Word Challenge: Laugh, Your Daily Word Prompt: Trudge, Sunday Writing Prompt: Creating Context, Stream of Consciousness Saturday: New/Old, Sammi’s Weekend Prompt: Heather


He wanted to experience pure delight


Blanket of Sunshine


  1. Is heather usable in cooking? I hope it was a safe ingredient for the hero of your tale.

    • transitionofthoughts

      Heather is used sometime in certain areas for cooking though its quite rare.

  2. Is that good or bad? Never heard of heather in cooking!! Thought some people were allergic to it?

    • transitionofthoughts

      Heather is actually still used very very rarely in some rural areas for cooking.

  3. Short and happy post

  4. Different kind of interpretation, Aseem! And well I wouldn’t be the first one to say that I just realized that Heather was consumable up to an extent 🙂

    • transitionofthoughts

      Thanks Nitisha :). Haha to be honest even I myself realized while I was researching a bit for this post :D.

  5. I thought the tale would be of a lady called Heather! imagine my pleasant surprise to see the tale you have spun – interesting! 🙂

    • transitionofthoughts

      Thanks :). Nice to know that I could surprise you with the story :D.

  6. Sushmita Malakar

    I always love the way you write the most mystifying stories! Loved this as usual – it can give it so many endings! 😀

    • transitionofthoughts

      Thanks . It’s always fun to keep the reader guessing isn’t it?

  7. Open ended stories leave a lot to the imagination of the reader and it is fun to read them. I had no idea about heather and its utility in cooking

    • transitionofthoughts

      Thanks :). Always great fun for the reader to make their own interpretations of the story :D.

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