Words to think about from this week.


Adjective: hating endings; someone who prolongs saying goodbye for as long as possible.


Adjective: to do something with soul, passion, or love. 


Verb: to turn into a star. 


Noun: a person who reads in bed.


Adjective: whirling around the universe. 

Lauren disliked swearing with a passion, not just herself but others too.

She was stuck at the computer all day, and unable to go outside. Looking a spreadsheets would give her a headache. Especially when she didn’t get a lot of rest.

She typed in the same paragraph several times. The computer didn’t like her grammar, or her words. She typed in Meraki and it scribbled a line underneath, giving her passion instead.

‘Oh, Cosmogyral!’ she screamed, before wishing the computer could be thrown out of the nearest window. ‘

Today was the worst day ever.

‘You need a break, look go and get me a coffee and we can work on this project together. I mean, I was up late last night reading my novel. We could both do with some fresh air.’

Moving her keyboard, she logged off. Maybe her colleague was right. She had to go outside, and a coffee would wake her up. Greggs was just down the road, maybe she could get an doughnut, with chocolate sprinkles.

‘Do you want a cake too?’

‘Ooh, now you’re speaking my language. I tell you what, we’ll go home now. Forget the coffee, we can have a stronger drink instead.’

They looked down, as everyone had the same idea.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

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