100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups – Week#68

100WCGU (7)

I was reminded this week that although we are approaching a holiday, it is not necessarily a CHRISTMAS holiday for everyone. So, with this in mind, the prompt is about something that holidays at this time of year share – LIGHTS.

The prompt is:

….they worked when I put them away….

Obviously, you can take this wherever your creative juices want to go! As usual, you have 100 words plus the 7 in the prompt. Make sure it could have a PG certificate and please put a link back here so that others can join in the silliness!

The link will close on 17th December

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  1. The Master Plan
  2. Weird Cubby holes (Jzb)
  3. The Magnolia Years
  4. Christmas Lights
  5. Promises
  6. Modernization at the North Pole
  7. Words & Pictures
  8. Fragments from Fireflyphil
  9. Every Year Same Old Story
  10. Living, libraries & (dead) languages
  11. Lights
  12. SusanKMann
  13. Good morning
  14. The absorption method
  15. Yerpirate
  16. Sand
  17. Life
  18. The Seven Day Lights
  19. Life on the Farmlet

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