For the last Pensitivity101 has given us these abbreviations. 1. GBP – Grow Big Potatoes – Especially during these times you need to save money. 2. USD – Under Supervision Duty – otherwise known as Babysitting. 3. CHF – Coping Height Fears – Making sure you breath properly before doing a parachute jump. 4.Continue reading “Abbreviate”


The six-sentence prompt from is They say music helps people, who suffer with Alzheimer’s to remember husbands, wives, or even children they have forgotten. Earphones, gently placed over her greying hair, I hoped this would help her relive something from her past. As always, she glanced at me with a vacant expression, inContinue reading “Mum”


This week from is a word list, to create a prose, poem, or a story. Not these words, but synonyms. Looking at her Halloween list, an early start is best . . . Last year all the good stuff Gone. Sales had lost their zest. A pen drawn out of thin air She twistedContinue reading “Shopping”

In a Pickle

Today’s word prompt from, and it made me think of the only metaphor, you’re all in a pickle. ‘You’re all in a pickle today,’ Mum said. ‘Pickle? I don’t like pickle,’ Tom stared at his mum with a confused look. It was like the other day, she told him to pull his socks up,Continue reading “In a Pickle”

Remembering The Good Walks

This week’s inspiration is from I got to thinking about my previous dog Scamp. He was a cross breed, well mongrel really, with a very German Shepard look. Many people said he looked a little like a wolf. He passed on four years ago, and life was very strange without a dog. So, Titan,Continue reading “Remembering The Good Walks”


Written for A narrative, story, or a poem or wherever the inspiration takes us. Covering the forest floor, I had seen these roots before. Perhaps in a dream, I wasn’t sure – I couldn’t remember most of my dreams when I woke up. But this was familiar, like de-ja-vu had me in its gentleContinue reading “Dreaming?”

A Battle of Wills

Today, I’m writing for Dancing to an electric tune, the angry lightning ran across the purple sky in a bid to outrun the thunder. The argument, only half an hour before, and the pressure built within them. He flashed his whips, lighting up the sky with his wrath. All the while, the thunder rumbledContinue reading “A Battle of Wills”

A Tiny Spark

Today’s six sentence word prompt from is SPARK. Sitting at the computer, a tiny spark of inspiration struck like a matchstick on its box. She wasn’t sure why she thought about a wizard going on a journey to find their magic, but she wrote it all the same. His name, George, and through theContinue reading “A Tiny Spark”