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Tale Weaver #98: December 29th – Celebration


Image © Mara Eastern used with permission

Weave a tale in which a celebration occurs.

What is the occasion?

Why are you there?

Describe the celebrations.

Does anything go wrong?

It could be a New Year’s celebration, what resolutions if any do you make for the New Year?

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16 comments on “Tale Weaver #98: December 29th – Celebration

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  3. julespaige
    December 29, 2016

    Happy New Year All!
    Pop the Champagne Cork!

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  7. This is a dark reminder there is a flip side to the celebrations. But something I had to write. No obligation to turn your smile towards a frown.
    (Sorry Michael — it doesn’t suit the theme in the way you intended, I know.)

    • Michael
      December 30, 2016

      As you said it was something you had to write and that is fine as its your response to the prompt…..not everyone sees celebration as fireworks, sometimes its surviving one more day…

      • Thanks, Michael. When the depression gets bad, it is a day to day struggle. Sometimes, everyone getting together with friends and family to celebrate reminds me of just how lonely and isolated I really am. Being the depressive sort, such emotions don’t lift easily.

      • Michael
        December 31, 2016

        Don’t imagine they do….but if it serves a purpose for you then so be it…write all you like….

      • Or not write — think I’ll just concentrate on creating prompts for now.

      • Michael
        December 31, 2016

        Well I think you are doing ok there….HAPPY NEW YEAR>>>>

      • Happy New Year and all the best in 2017 — I’ll do it again tomorrow night.

      • Michael
        December 31, 2016

        That’s the advantage I have living in the future, I get two Christmas’ and New Years’…..lol

      • Nice way to look at it. Futureman — able to leap two holidays in a single bound.

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