Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. Last week, I wanted to know about your SLEEP. This week, I want to know about your EVENING. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word EVENING in it somewhere?

Here are your SLEEPY stories from last week:

Ritu:

Sleep seem elusive, some nights.

Can’t sleep in this heat.

All I need is sleep.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Shopping, food, eat then sleep…

Cats sleep all day long!

Sleep by an active volcano?!

I have sleep aponea now.

Sleep on that thought- sucker!

You sleep, I’ll drive home.

EDC Writing:

Sleep walking, wrong room excuse.

Sanjuna:

Sleep my tired mind orders.

Mindful calm sleep I need.

Rhen Laird:

Sleep…dangerous land unavoidably travelled.

Sarah Evans:

Sleep. I always need more!

Val Fish:

Sleep impossible with snoring spouse.

Counting sheep supposedly induces sleep.

Sleep, sleep, where art thou?

Tessa:

Sleep, what is the definition?

I sleep during the day.

I can’t sleep at night!

Sleep apnea keeps me awake!

Sleeping alone is the best!

Bharul Chhatbar:

Let all evils forever sleep.

No negativity, all in sleep.

Rejuvenating, relieving, refreshing, relaxing sleep.

Calm mind, good sleep, nirvana.

***

Evening News Is Where they beginn with 'Good Evening' and then ...
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

49 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Kim Smyth says:

    Loved that last one! Here’s mine:
    My evenings are so relaxing.
    We watch tv most evenings.
    Some evenings are spent outside.
    (especially in the summer evenings)

  2. Mr Paul L Mastaglio says:

    Hi

    This wonderful evening couldn’t end. Evening light dimmed, night arrived. Evening’s memory lingered, slowly fading.

    Cheers Paul 😀

  3. Beauticians evening out haircuts everywhere!

  4. His evening, her morning, alone.

  5. Darlene says:

    These are always fun. Here’s a couple:
    Evening, my day has begun.
    Lovely in the evening light.
    Clouds scar the evening sky.

  6. Sanjuna says:

    It was a memories of romantic evening
    Evenings are the most leisure period
    Their hands joined for a evening walk

  7. Sanjuna says:

    It was a memories of romantic evening .
    Evenings are the most leisure period.
    Their hands joined for a evening walk.

  8. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Life’s evening bears grateful fruit.
    Sundowner sipped as evening arrives.
    Evening Sir! Need a mask? [bouncer at lockdown pub door]

  9. Good evening, said the butler.
    Yesterday evening I saw meteors.
    He completely ruined the evening!
    My evening with twenty cats!?
    Evening, time for fish supper.
    The plane left this evening.
    I’m free this Monday evening?

  10. Jason Moody says:

    Frosties? What? In the evening?
    Again. You’ve bamboozled my evening.
    This evening is miles away.
    “Good evening, Sir Crutchwick Sanderson.”

  11. Jason Moody says:

    This evening has been regrettable.
    Yesterday yes. This evening, maybe?

  12. trentpmcd says:

    Hmm, how about:
    Dark evening before bright dreams
    Evenings are made for romance
    Talk to you this evening

    (Maybe that is enough, but:)
    I’ll write more this evening… 😉

  13. Ritu says:

    Pamper evening – Bubble bath time!
    Parents evening is so scary!
    “Evening, all,” the copper said…
    Got a date this evening.
    Love late evening. Kids asleep!

  14. lyncrain says:

    Good evening, my lovely friend
    Evening the passing of sunshine
    My moon beckons you evening
    Lovely sparkles adorned my evening
    Friends enjoyed evening pleasures together.

  15. Tessa says:

    My evening is my morning.
    Evening? Am just waking up.
    Afternoon is hot, cooler evenings.
    Evening passes, I wake up!

  16. Rhen Laird says:

    I especially enjoy the quips you include at the end in colored squares–they make me smile, today’s is so apt!!

  17. Jason Moody says:

    Good evening, no news tonight
    Good evening? I’ll decide that
    The evening promised. It delivered.

  18. Marsha says:

    Evening’s cooled to 84 degrees.
    Time for an evening walk.
    Puppy’s and my evening ritual.

    Thanks for a fun evening challenge, Esther.

  19. Fish says:

    I swear by evening primrose.
    Reckless evening; morning after regrets
    Balmy summer evening breeze; bliss.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s