Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s time for another five-word challenge. Last week, I wanted you to look to the FUTURE. This week, I want you to have some GOALS. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word GOALS in it somewhere?

Here are your FUTURE creations from last week:

Paul Mastaglio:

The future is tomorrow’s present.

Open the door. Future’s here!

Hug the future and smile.

Roberta Writes:

Don’t think about the future.

Her future would be different.

The future can be changed.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

My future is to come.

In future don’t be late!

He walked into his future.

She wrote her own future.

My future? Not very exciting!

In future buy me flowers…

Sanandi-jacq:

Past, future illusion. Just presence.

Future promises return to simplicity.

Stay present. Future time dissolves.

Who knows the future, lies.

Future? All in the mind.

Future never guaranteed. Live unconditionally.

A future foretold? Bah! Codswallop!

Pandora’s box opened blighted future.

Ruth Scribbles:

The future is not seeable.

Do that in the future.

Future times await us now.

Ritu:

Can’t contemplate the future, yet.

Future’s what we make it.

Back To The Future lied!

Hope future skies remain clear.

Dreaming of a successful future.

Tabitha Dudeney:

We create the future, now.

Bharul Chhatbar:

Future is hard to predict.

Family outing in future!

Run, come in present- future!

Fun,frolic, celebration in future.

Dear future, bring good luck.

Jason Moody:

And you’re from where, exactly?

Alan. It’s the future calling.

Your future is…uhm…oh.

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33 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Ritu says:

    Aim. Shoot. GOAL! And repeat.
    Life goals shouldn’t stay dreams
    My goal? Book Chart DOMINATION!

  2. Kim Smyth says:

    My goal is to survive.
    Have you any new goals?

  3. trentpmcd says:

    Four goals, but we lost… Dreams to goals to reality. Work hard, achieve your goals.

  4. Darlene says:

    Her goal was to live.
    A goal out of reach.
    One goal for each day.
    Babysteps will reach your goal.

  5. GOALS are for the weak.
    I hate GOALS, with passion.
    What are his GOALS, anyway?

  6. Pele scored the winning goal!
    My goal is to win.
    That was a golden goal.
    His goal was to paint.
    We have a different goal.
    It’s goal, not gaol (spellchecker!)

  7. writelindy says:

    Dream, big goals are possible.
    Goals are achievable. I know.
    Goals push babies to achieve.
    The snake swallowed his goal.
    My goals are not his.
    Children need their own goals.

  8. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Mother Nature’s goals succeeding nicely.
    Goals helpful but not necessary.
    Changing goals – a necessary adaptation.

  9. Mr Paul L Mastaglio says:

    Hi

    It’s good to have goals.

    Goals with sticks and bar.

    Score some goals. Go on!

    Cheers Paul 😀

  10. John Reynolds says:

    Selfish goal, a Euro win.
    My goal, a famous writer.
    To achieve goals and deadlines.

    Cheers John

  11. Simon says:

    Hi there Esther, I hope you’re good… I don’t know how I can sabotage this one lol.

    I’m not meeting my goals
    The football hit to goal

    Have a great weekend 🙂

  12. Valerie Fish says:

    George Best’s goals were legendary

  13. markbierman says:

    Some great lines here, but my fav was “Future promises return to simplicity.” I hope that’s the case, soon. Thanks for sharing, Esther.

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