Jenny Matlock is a turkey!
There. I said it.
Jenny is not just a turkey...
she is a turkey of the finest quality.
Jenny is a Butterball turkey.
You know what I mean.
She is a turkey for giving us such a
quirky writing prompt this week!
Plus, if you just follow her directions,
and baste and trim from time to time,
your story will be delicious!
Maybe I spent too much time
on my turkey this week.
It may be a little dry
or a little too juicy.
What are Jenny's Saturday Centus directions?
Write 100 words on her prompt.
"Pardon me," said Tom T. Urkee..."
Jenny's prompt can be used anywhere
in your story.
The prompt will be in italics.
join in the feast!
Here is my contribution for the week.
I hated being his opening act.
Tom T. Urkee gave me no credit for warming up his audience.
If Tom didn’t think he was cock of the walk, we could share the spotlight.
Maybe I could charm him.
As he strutted backstage, I took my chance.
“Hey, Tom, is that a drumstick in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?”
“Pardon me,” said Tom T. Urkee. “Don’t ruffle my tail feathers!”
“Go stuff yourself!” I shouted. “You are so tight-laced, you are trailing twine!”
Then I heard the emcee announce my name.
“Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for….
Miss Candy Yam!”