Hello Dear Readers! Well it’s time for the 33-word, weekend Trifecta Challenge. If you haven’t tried the Trifecta Writing Challenges yet, you should! They are so much fun and a great way to hone your writing skills. Today the Trifecta Challengers have asked us to write 33 words describing summer.
The Sun’s Summer Fun
Sun looks innocent
Sun shines rays in eyes of kid eating Popsicle until kids trips and drops Popsicle
Sun shines rays to dry kid’s tears
Sun goes back to looking innocent
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Until next time . . . I love you
26 thoughts on “33-Word Trifecta Writing Challenge: The Sun’s Summer Fun”
Oh lovely 🙂
Thank you Ruby! 😀
🙂 I always love coming here to see your take on the prompts. Thank you for making me smile.
Oh thank you so much Barbara! 😀
You made me smile with this piece too! Oh Sol, he’s a crafty one, and nobody could tell us so as cleverly as you did here! I. Love. This.
Ah thanks Valerie! 😀
Ha! This is adorable! He’s mischievous and kind at the same time – just perfect.
So glad you liked it Christine! 😀
Oh, I love the idea of the sun being this kind of guy. Thanks for linking up, Linda. Make sure you come back to vote at the end.
Ha! I love this. It made me laugh!
Naughty sun! Wonderful take on the prompt Linda — made me laugh out loud! 🙂
And then the sun fails to heat the popsicle so it melts and gets absorbed into the clouds, thereby denying us the joys of popsicle flavored rain.
DARN YOU, SUN!!!
LOL!!! The sun was wondering when you were going to notice that!
I suppose even the sun needs some distractions during the long summer days (:
great personification. I never pictured the sun as so mischievous. This made me chuckle.
I wondered how you would bring out the humour on this prompt! I am still smiling at the actions of the playful sun 🙂
Innocent indeed! PS…come join this challenge too! http://yepirategunn.weebly.com/2/post/2013/06/ligo-haibun-challenge-1406-2106.html
Nice! Made me smile 🙂
As happy as summer itself!
Ah what a sweet comment Paper Wizard! Thank you.
Sun innocent indeed
Another vacationing troublemaker. hahaha.
OH no kidding! Now we know why are picnics are always ruined! 😀
I was that kid.
That was my popsicle.
The ants ate the rest of my popsicle.
I got my Book Of Black Magic.
I summoned a full eclipse.
Sun all gone.
Who’s chuckling now, eh??
Oops– 35 words. Rats… : P
Hahahah!! 35 words for this marvelous insight into the inner-workings of “real” Markie MacGiggles is a small word-price to pay! And if that doesn’t teach the sun a thing or two I don’t know what will!