Sorry for missing last week. Had phone issues.
This week's offering is weather and seasonal appropriate.
"Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow..."
It snowed here in Southeast Texas, which is rare and amusing.
Do with it what you will.
It's the weekend, and time for some wording, some arting - some general chilling and creativity. For this week's challenge, I've pulled together random images I've taken around town and snippets of conversation overheard on the street. Chime in with 'TGIF!" (or, of course, 'TGIS') and I'll deal you one of each!
The image and phrase can be used together or entirely separately - however they inspire. Write 100 words or create an artwork by Sunday at 11:5pm EDT and I'll write you a ficlet or put words on a WIP.
verb (used without object), British Slang.
1. to avoid one's obligations or share of work; shirk.
Origin: First recorded in 1885-90; origin uncertain
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.