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100 word fiction: Egg festival

100 word fiction: Egg festival

“This is such a beautiful summer evening. It’s been so long since we have had sunlight like this as the winter this year seemed gloomier than ever before.”

The sun shone on the beautiful English countryside after what seemed like eternity. This had paved the way for the Annual Egg Festival. The festival was a chance to taste different egg recipes from people across the region and also an opportunity to meet and greet.

“Oh yes, it definitely is a lovely evening. With such a wide variety of dishes to taste, I am sure everyone is in for a treat.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

If you think about Kuwait’s weather, all you can imagine is the heat.

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

I will leave it to your imagination as to how you would deal with the 50 degree Celsius heat we see here every summer.

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

But Kuwait has quite a few months of winter as well when the weather is perfect for visiting the numerous parks and beaches.

The one thing which was quite a surprise was the fact that Kuwait has many farms as well. And farms whose pictures make you feel that you are back in India.

Linking to Lens Artists Photo Challenge #103: Surprise

What happened after all these years?

What happened after all these years?

She had decided

to finally leave.

Linking to Saturday Six Word Prompt: Leave and Six Word Saturday

 

Cerulean Bay

 

Cerulean Bay

The couple had settled on Cerulean Bay as their honeymoon destination of choice. With it’s lovely beaches, this was the perfect place for a relaxing vacation. The authorities made sure that the beaches were reserved only for the hotel guests and the others were unwelcome.

As soon as they reached, the rules of what was and wasn’t allowed were succinctly explained. The resort had made sure to abolish the practice of taxi drivers fleecing the guests.

One day, while sitting at the beach she quipped, “Would like coffee, tea or me?”

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Cerulean Bay, Fandango One Word Challenge: Abolish, Your Daily Word Prompt: Succinct, Stream of Consciousness Saturday: Coffee, Tea or Me, Sammi’s Weekend Prompt: Unwelcome

Time

Time

Being a baby, he

felt that the time was never

enough to enjoy.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Enough, Fandango One Word Challenge: Baby, Thursday Inspiration 62: Time

Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

The sun and the clouds

played hide and seek as the rains

began increasing.

Linking to dVerse Challenge: Open Link Night #269

 

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

Unlike what many others would think, Kuwait has a lot many gardens and parks which are very green and provide quite a respite from the harsh summers and a lovely hangout during the winters.

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

And add to that, there are also a few farms which while away from the city center are a nice way to spend the weekend and relax.

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

Linking to Wordless Wednesday, Thursday Tree Love, Skywatch Friday

Lost in thoughts

He was cranky hearing the prolix speeches and

decided that he needed to spend some time at the

beach where he saw a ball of fire in the sky.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Fire in the Sky, Fandango One Word Challenge: Cranky, Your Daily Word Prompt: Prolix and Sue Vincent’s Prompt

Paragon of virtue

Paragon of virtue

Though she was a diminutive lady and

they were close to the fence, she wasn’t afraid

one bit as she knew that being a paragon

of virtue would help her get her way through any

challenge as was the case all these years despite

not making everyone happy all the time.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Paragon, Fandango One Word Challenge: DiminutiveCrimson’s Creative Challenge #85, Your Daily Word Prompt: Afraid, One-Liner Wednesday

55 word fiction: Compensate

55 word fiction: Compensate

They felt that the handling of the situation had been apropos.

“But what if they are wrong?” Don’t you think they should have compensated us better for the information we gave them?”

“In this business, they will compensate us in due course. It’s important to hold on and sit tight and hope for the best.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: What If, Fandango One Word Challenge: Apropos and Your Daily Word Prompt: Compensate

 

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