Trifecta: Week Ninety-Nine
This week we are giving you a page from the Oxford English Dictionary. The ninety-ninth page, to be exact. (Click to enlarge.) From this page, you can choose any word, any definition, to use in your post. (Please type your chosen word in bold, so we know.) And instead of our typical 33-333 word limit, we are asking for 99 words exactly. - See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.HmMOjuhJ.dpuf
Your inspiration this week comes from the words “anticipation” and “leap.”
Two prompt muddled together this week. Here goes....
She measured the cinnamon with an iced tea spoon and half a thought. Added it to the brown sugar and nutmeg nestled atop a dollop of butter. She used he same spoon to lightly blend.
Her tea kettle began to hum over the flame, She anticipated the whistle of the imminent boil.
She poured Bacardi into the over sized mug, perhaps a little more than the recipe called for, then added the heated water, perhaps a little less.
Her story glowed from the laptop screen. With a leap of faith, she hit publish.