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Six Sentence Story — continued

Continued from previous post Titled: Better Late than Never!
Prompt word is FOUNTAIN — In case you missed it, click here

“I am Alpha and Omega; the beginning and the end. To him that thirsteth, I will give of the fountain of the water of life, freely.” Revelation 21:6
God puts it into our hearts to search for this fountain of the water of life; the Sacraments, there are seven. Seven days in the week, seven colors in the rainbow, and seven sacraments of the Church. Seven Fountains help us get through the pearly gates when we reach our goal. Are we lost if we don’t find them — the Church teaches only God can judge based on the opportunities He provided us to find HIS Fountains?

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Better Late than Never!

Okay, I’ll try this Six Sentence Story challenge; a little late prompt, was initiated from Sunday October third — FOUNTAIN

The way I understand the rules, the following Wed. this story will continue! OH WoW THAT’S TODay!

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Take the word “fountain.” The fountain has a lot of different meanings for different people; most definitions remind me of water (but not all) . When we are born, hopefully, our parents take us to the Fountain of Baptism which makes us a child of God.

Consider the “Fountain of youth with stories as we grow older, although fictional in nature, searching for YOUTH. You know finding the fountain, drinking the water, etc., depending on how much we drink, we go back to our youth; the journey backward is an adventure in itself.

In truth far better to search for that TRUE FOUNTAIN that takes you forward to your goal in life, onward we go!

Onward we go!


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A Six Sentence Story

WordPress is the place to be these days of uncertainly, not only do you have an opportunity to voice your solutions/opinions to what is going on in the world, but you can accept all different challenges from other creative bloggers like this one —> Welcome to GirlieOnTheEdge and another edition of Six Sentence Stories!

The prompt word on this challenge is EXPLORE!

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Not so long ago, during an era when family gatherings were not frowned upon, it so happened a happy celebration was in progress.

The story begins with a playful grandma wanting to explore her young grandson’s mind with conversation during a joyful party while enjoying sitting together near the table settings with fun things to munch on, lots of yummy fruits, and tasty treats.


Suddenly the nearby phone rings … r i n g -r i n g!


Grandma’s foolery outshined her as she grabbed the banana off the table, put it up to her ear, and said, “hello!”


“Hello, who is this speaking please?”


The confused grandson looked up at her with the most serious look on his face, whispered, “grandma, that is A banana!”