A Wake Up Call

“I’ve always had quite a major problem with Insomnia,”  Bubbele told Querida Mia.  “Even at my very best,” he went on, “I’ve been prone toward waking up several times nightly, then going back to sleep.  Often I can remember my dreams, which tend  to be quite offbeat.”

 

 

Querida Mia, dumbfounded, gave him quite  a smirk, as they sat casually in their Basement.   “I find it rather difficult to believe,” she complained, “that your supposed problem is all that impossible to handle.”

 

 

“Oh really?” he complained. “Is that so? Well, in that case, perchance you’d like me to explain to you just exactly what kinds of insights I’ve come up with lately by my having meditated for three hours at a time, in the middle of the night, on the fact that ‘Meringue” rhymes with ‘harangue.'”

 

 

Here’s me latest attempt at the Three Things Challenge.  The words for this one are:     insomnia, meringue, basement.

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Litany of the Passion of Jesus — SacredHymns

By the blood that flow’d from thee In thy bitter agony, By the scourge so meekly borne, By thy purple robe of scorn,— Chorus Jesu, Saviour, hear our cry! Thou wert suffering once as we; Hear the loving Litany We, thy children, sing to thee. By the thorns that crown’d thy head, By thy sceptre […]

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I lived in Queens until around my twelfth birthday, and I’ve always missed it.  I’ve always been such a square.   Recently I went to the library to hear a speech by Donna Gaines, a Ramones scholar.

 

Throughout the speech, I kept daydreaming about June 8, 1980, when my cousin, his girlfriend, some friends, and I went to a Ramones concert at Great Adventure.

 

 

Donna’s speech was good, but it wasn’t as interesting as being twenty years old, seeing the real Ramones. They were my fellow squares from Queens.

 

 

Please join Froggy, Rochelle, and everyone else, for Friday Fictioneers.

 

Stray Livestock

“I’ve just found out,” said Lum, “that there was a cow walking on the Major Deegan Expressway in the Bronx.”

 

 

“I don’t believe you,” replied Abner. 

 

 

“I kid you not,” the former insisted.

 

 

“Don’t be ridiculous,” his friend replied.  “That’s the last thing anyone would expect. Everyone knows a cow would be smart enough to Drive.”

 

 

 

Rules of the hop:
Write 6 Sentences. No more. No less.
Use the current week’s prompt word.
Come back here on Thursday, link your post…
Spread the word and put in a good one to your fellow writers 🙂PROMPT WORD: DRIVE

 

Here’s my very first ever entry for Sunday’s Six Sentence Story Word Prompt.    I have no idea what Clarklike  means, but that’s what she is.

 

 

TWIN STUDIES: Homosexuality

twin-241x300My wife’s dream was to always have twins but that dream never came to pass, instead God gave us 4 kids. My wife’s dream stopped not when we had 4 kids but after having coming to the church we currently serve at where we’ve observed not 1; not 2; not 3; not 4 but 5 families with twins, including another family with triplets. I’ve never met so many twins in my entire life until I began serving at this church I currently pastor at. We never realized how hard it would be to raise two identical children at the same time until seeing these parents raise them and so to my relief my wife’s dream was quickly dispelled. But I was surprised by more than just the number of twins at our church, I was surprised to learn that we have identical twins where one identifies as a bisexual and…

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Voting your Catholic Conscience: — City of God

LG#38. Each individual layman must stand before the world as a witness to the resurrection and life of the Lord Jesus and a symbol of the living God. Honorable Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto 333 Las Vegas Boulevard SouthSuite 8016Las Vegas, NV 89101 P: (702) 388-5020 F: (702) 388-5030 Governor Steve Sisolak Governor of Nevada State […]

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