#SOLSC21: Three Words

This post was inspired by Elena Wetmore at Standing Tall whose post “3 Words” was the inspiration at TWT today. Check out her blog post here.

A few three word stories provide today’s slice.

In no particular order:

My Three Grandsons

Eight Year Anniversary

Kids, Dog, Fish

Shot 2 Today!

Perseverance Paid Off!

Greatniece Baking Cookies!

Hallalujah! New Stove!

Lasagna Family Dinner

Don’t Open Frig!

Cold, Cold, Cold!

Thankfully, No Snow

Funny Stories Told

Challenge: What 3 word stories can you tell? Where might you use these micro stories?

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Thank you, Two Writing Teachers, for this daily forum during the month of March. Check out the writers and readers here.

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12 responses

  1. I love six … three might be about my speed this month. So much to consider! Happy you are getting your second shot. I am getting my first!

    1. Yay, Clare to getting your first shot.
      Three was a challenge.
      Literally, words counted so much!

  2. I haven’t seen this before. Lap cats purring. Walks in nature. Family and friends.

  3. Three word stories is a challenge I could handle. I am appreciative of quick slices to read because I have limited reading time. Oh there are three words I could start with. Thanks for the inspiration.

    1. Margaret, Once I started I could not stop! You will love it

  4. I love this idea, Fran. I am going to try this out! Thanks for the many examples. I would like to hear the entire “Kids, Dog, Fish” story.

    1. Lynne, it is on my list to write this month!

  5. This definitely left me asking more – Don’t open Frig! – is there a surprise there? Is the power off and you don’t want to spoil the food?

    Love the format.
    See you later!

    1. Omg! I probably should duct tape it shut because it is so FULL!

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