Saturday, September 26, 2009

Patterns - a 50 word photostory

He only eats white food, never steps on grass. Every sneeze means turning round three times. He kisses his front door when he leaves the house and turns the television on and off three times before watching. If you ask why, he’ll tell you. He likes to keep things simple.


Kathryn's Daily Writing Workout said...

Susan sat in the traffic queue watching the oncoming drivers. She played a game, guessing which songs they were singing along to. She reckoned that she was learning to lip read as she flicked from one radio station to another. But one man never smiled. Just mouthed 'rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb'.

Anonymous said...

I bet his name was Howard or Grantley. Something already odd. There's power in names, see. Power to define a person. Oh, parents give them out without much thought beyond the sound a name makes to their ears. But give a child an odd name, he'll be odd. For sure.

Kathryn said...

I love the connections going on here!