Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. This week, your prompt is EARLY. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word EARLY in it somewhere?

Here are your PRESENTS stories from last week:

Keith Channing:

Passed presents make future tense.

EDC Writing:

Presents tied, undone by you.

Ritu:

It’s presence, not presents, always.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Your presents were really cool.

Under the tree, my presents.

Lots of presents and fun.

Every present under the sun.

Time to open our presents.

In my presents are treasure.

My husband likes big presents.

Each Christmas Jesus gets presents.

Paul Mastaglio:

The best presents are free.

Presents around the Christmas tree.

Unwrap your presents. It’s Christmas!

Kim Smyth:

Our presence, not more presents.

Less presents this year, fortunately.

Presents unimportant as your presence.

Jael Stevens:

Best presents displayed in heart.

Ajay Simon Richard:

Present bring smile on face!

He presents seminars to public.

Boxing Day for opening presents.

Corona presents masks to all.

Sharon Tingle:

Natures gifts of daily presents.

Couple separated over thoughtless presents!

“Thought” matters; likewise diamond presents.

Mrs V Fish:

Family; the only present needed.

Brexit deal. Britain’s best present.

Kids get too many presents!

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42 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Ritu says:

    Too early to say, yet.

    Always arrive early, Pops days.

    The early bird needs sleep

  2. Sanjuna says:

    people always want things at early what if it is not early ?

  3. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    ….EARLY morning rising keeps healthy!
    ….SLOW and sure than early!
    ….HASTE makes waste, avoid early!
    ….EXERCISE early in the morning!
    

  4. Kim Smyth says:

    Early to bed? You’re Wise!
    Tomorrow comes way too early!

  5. Happy New Year, Esther! 🙂

  6. Joy Smith says:

    Early January Birthday. Feast Over.

  7. Paul Mastaglio says:

    2021? Get here early, please!

    Cheers Paul and all the best for the new year. 😁

  8. Early change to WordPress irritates!
    Early bed, miss new-year.
    My early tomatoes froze solid
    Your flight arrived early today
    Easter eggs? its too early!
    My early potato’s have blight
    Early woman was cave painter!

  9. Sharon Tingle says:

    The early bird became supper.
    Early workers get more work.
    Early groom; unforgivably late bride!

  10. Sharon Tingle says:

    Happy New Year Esther! Wishing everyone an abundance of love, blessings galore and a generous dose of resistance to COVID19!

  11. Jael Stevens says:

    Thanks always for including me in the “mentions” 🙂 I love the pigeon “funny”! I’ll be back with an “early”–wishing you the Happiest of New Years!!! ❤

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  13. Tessa says:

    I’m not an early riser!
    Being early annoys some people.
    I’m early everywhere I go.
    Early, rather than late, preferably!
    I prefer to be early!

  14. Mrs V Fish says:

    Post early for next Christmas!
    Worms; beware those early birds
    Early birds grab the sunbeds

    Happy New Year everybody

  15. Simon says:

    Hi Esther, I’ll have a go at this…
    Monday – up far too early!
    The stars shone pearly white!

    Have a good day 🙂

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