Judy headed out of her office and set off for the local park.
It had been just one of those days, and her head had become cluttered. She just needed some private time to herself to help clear her head.
Autumn was already setting in, and so she put on her gloves, which weren’t fancy or particularly flattering, but nevertheless they kept her hands warm.
She was thinking about the latest Karen’s Writing Challenge, which she had found on the internet quite by accident, having read a story by Tony Payne , and she was wondering just what to write to include each of the 10 words without changing them.
She was hoping that more people would submit entries this time, since there were only three the previous week, and that is not a lot to judge from.
But she was hopeful that she could come up with something, and was deep in thought when suddenly a puppy rushed past, going like a rocket, and caused her to stumble and fall to the ground.
Fortunately, Judy landed in a pile of leaves, and was spared the misfortune of getting covered in mud.
She decided at this point that it was time to head back to her office, and to work on her story for Karen’s Writing Challenge.
I wonder what she wrote.
This Is An Entry For Karen’s Writing Challenge
The challenge is to write a short story that uses all of the following words, without changing them in any way:
Leaves Flattering Private Cluttered Judge Rocket Fancy Puppy Warm Gloves
You can read more about Karen’s Writing Challenge HERE
Maybe you would like to give it a try too…
This story originally featured Judge Judy, since I thought that might be a good way to use the word Judge. However by the time I got halfway through writing, I decided to change the story and to focus on a woman who was going to enter the writing challenge. Cunning eh! I hope you like what I came up with.
Previous Karen’s Writing Challenge Entries
Stuck In A Jam
When Harry Met Sally
Concession Stand Gauntlet