Friday, 5 April 2013

F is for Fun

Earlier today I began thinking about which 'f' word I wanted to choose.

Fabulous, I thought, and I was fuelled into a furiously frisky frenzy. So many flipping fantastic words flying around inside my noddle.

After frittering away fifty minutes frequenting my dictionary, I became frightened this activity would simply leave me a fraught, frustrated and fruitless figure.  I felt I had come to a full stop and considered fetching my friend, Helen Baggott, who is the judge for the free-entry Full Stop competition

Then I remembered it was Friday.  Helen would be at the fish and chip shop where she chats up the fella with the frier in his fingers.

It was then I realised fear was holding me back from making a decision.

I chose freedom by forcing myself to face up to it. 

I'd had fun in making a selection but once the final countdown had begun, that was it.


What would you usually be doing on a Friday if you weren't busy with the A-Z challenge?


  1. Happy a to z ! That was a cute post :D Thanks for sharing.

  2. I was almost too scared to read your F word post...and how clever to use forty f-words. It's almost like you flanned it, I mean planned it.

    1. Believe it or not, I had started on a rant about pheees for writing competitions but phound I just freakin well phlowed into this one.

      Am quite enjoying it, having to write summat everyday and on a specific letter of the alfiebeck.

      Ta for reading, missus.

  3. Glad I'm not the only one having trouble choosing which word to use for each letter. Hopefully got it sorted now but sure to change my mind on one or two. Frustrating would be the one for me as all the faffing about costs time.

    1. Thanks Ann.

      I did pop over to your blog but didn't know what to say after seeing that pic that included buttons, having had a phobia about buttons for most of me life.

      Will pop over later this eve.

      Thanks for reading.

  4. Ya done good! I'm glad you didn't let the F word get you in trouble.

    1. *wipes brow*

      Phewey, me too, Joyce, as there's only so much trouble I can make in one blog post.

      Thanks for popping in.

  5. Well I saved my F word until Saturday!
    The first one I thought of I couldn't use, so I Fell back on my second choice.

    1. I dunno, lizy, you and these four letter words. Just what are we going to do with you?


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