Twittering Tales – Hidden Legacy

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They found the letters to her lawyer in the old station wagon, in a battered chocolate tin shaped like a carousel.

Covered in dust and cobwebs after the extensive search of the house and yard, he sat down to read them.

His wife called out “Did the old bat say where the Money is?”

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This story was written for Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales Challenge, Click to the link below to see her post. Why not have a go at this great challenge?

Twittering Tales #134 – 30 April 2019e


I have also incorporated the following word prompts:

FOWC with Fandango — Wagon

Today’s prompt: lawyer, carousel, chocolate


30-Day Song Challenge – Day 23

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Day 23 – A Song you think everybody should listen to.

Well, I’m not so demanding that I think EVERYBODY should listen to something, just because I like it. I accept that we all have different musical tastes. I make no secret of the fact that I think most music that’s in the charts at the moment is a load of rubbish. For me, it’s got to have a melody or a great rhythm. So I will choose something I think is great, but you are free to have your own opinion.

Gerry and the Pacemakers – You’ll Never Walk Alone.

This song was written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II for the musical Carousel. After this Liverpool based band had a huge hit with it in 1963 it became the official song of Liverpool United Football (Soccer) Club and has remained so ever since. I do not follow football at all, but you’ve got to love that song!