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#BlogFlash2012: 30 Days, 30 Prompts, 30 Posts: #20 – Sports

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This month Mr B and I are taking part in #BlogFlash2012, run by Terri Giuliano Long, and – every Friday – #FlashFiveFriday at The Indie Exchange.

The idea behind #BlogFlash2012 is simple: 30 Days, 30 Prompts, 30 Posts. Every day there’s a new visual prompt and you have to produce 50-100 words on the theme. The beauty of it is, you can produce anything from a simple anecdote to a piece of flash fiction.

There’s also a Facebook page so you can follow along and swap links.

I am also taking part in NaBloPoMo August.

 

#BlogFlash2012: #20 Sports

Dave

I remember waiting to be picked for one of the school football teams. I was one of the last to be chosen and preferred as a goalkeeper, the scapegoat for whenever our team lost which, with me in goal, was often!

It wasn’t all bad though. When it came to running I could compete with the best of them. 100m and 200m races were my specialties and I have fond memories of winning the odd race. Of course, my opponents put it down to me having long legs and striding rather than proper running!

 

Donna

Sumo wrestling

Polo

Orienteering

Rugby

Tennis

Sport skills elude me

NaBloPoMo

What is the best thing you ever had for dessert?

I used to visit a pub that did an amazing caramel apple crumble with a toffee sauce. It was absolutely delicious. Sadly, the quality of the food and service started to deteriorate (change in management) and we stopped going but I do miss that dessert!

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Author: Donna Brown Donna is a longtime book lover and sometime book reviewer and has devoured books from an early age. She writes short (or long) stories as and when inspiration hits and is married to fantasy author David M. Brown (Fezariu's Epiphany, A World Apart). She was also co-contributor to David's book, Man vs Cat, a humorous look at life with six rambunctious rescue cats. Donna has lived in many different areas of the UK over the last 30-something years but has remained in Yorkshire for the past decade. She ardently disputes the misnomer that 'It's grim up north'.

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