Friday, March 23, 2012

26. Bingo Goes To The Beach

The trifecta instuctions said something about completing the story that was started with 33 words with 33 of my own.  I give you their 33 words SCRAMBLED and mixed with my own 33 words.  A slight deviation from their intention (I'm sure), but fun nonetheless.  Read on:  
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He tilted his head out the car window, staring past behind him instead of ahead like most dogs.  “You’re so cute!” said the voice heartily.  His fur ocean-wet and matted, yet he never disagreed.  She made every decision.  Bingo was nothing without her, no discussion about it.  And privately he knew it.  There’s home!”  Bingo indicated delight, his wag a register of more love than ever.    

   
    

17 comments:

  1. Unconditional love at it's best. Very creative way to use the prompt this week!

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  2. Most original entry, harder to write but you did it. This has to get a special award.

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  3. Way to color outside the lines. Woo-hoo! Happy Friday!

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  4. I loved this! Very creative.

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  5. I'm suitibly impressed. It takes control to fit 33 specific words into a different order and work them into a fresh story.

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  6. Very sweet, I like the point of view.

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  7. MOV....How very clever. I'm green with envy!

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  8. I'm impressed. Way to bend the rules and color outside the lines and make it work!

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  9. This was an excellent take on the challenge and was very creative!

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  10. How creative!! I love that you scrambled the words!

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  11. Nice switching it up! Woof.
    Came from the Trifextra linkup.

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  12. Ha! Very sweet. Nothing wrong with breaking the rules every now and then. (See my own "Later That Morning.")

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  13. Rebel!

    Seriously (and obviously), given the title of your blog, this is so very perfect. I take what you do as inspiration to not always follow The Rules, so thank you. (My sisters and I laugh at what consummate rule followers we are ... and how great things could be if only we'd loosen up.) Great write.

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  14. thank you so much to all of you who read my piece(s), and especially thank you to those who took the time to write a comment. your words mean a lot to me!!!

    best,
    MOV

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