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Friday
Apr152011

Mini-Tale: Blueberries- The Most Deadly of all Berries

 Usual rules.  I gave myself the prompt (in red) and wrote for five straight minutes.  This is what I got.

She had grown tired of living cautiously.  Today Mary Beth was going to order a regular yogurt with BLUEBERRIES. 

Jeff went to the back of the yogurt shop to find fresh blueberries and accidentally spilled them all over Mary. 

Mary had to wash the blueberry juice out of her clothes and was late for her job interview.

Sam figured that Mary wasn’t going to show up for the interview so he left work and got rear-ended outside the parking garage.

Clark was so upset that he had run into Sam’s car that he called his wife, Liz, and exaggerated the accident.

Liz was so panicked she ran to the scene leaving her purse on the steps of the University’s archaeological building. 

Joe didn’t see the purse and tripped over it crashing down the steps, spraining his ankle.

Henry became frustrated that Joe wasn’t responding to his phone calls (because Joe was in the hospital) and told his archaeological team in Northern Africa to go ahead and open the tomb they had just discovered. 

The team opened the tomb and released ARGOG the 10,000 year-old plague demon who laid waste to the land with his armies of the five hundred pestilences. 

All because Mary Beth had to order yogurt with blueberries.  



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