Greetings all am sat here trying to type with very sore arms, yesterday I went to Birmingham to watch the IAAF Diamond League meeting I had a fantastic day but did something silly. It was raining here in Huddersfield when I left so I did not think to actually stick sun cream in my bag, on arrival in Birmingham the sun came out and guess who got burnt arms and chest? Yup me! Lesson learnt but I can honestly say I had such a brilliant day I didn’t care. I took hundreds of pictures which will be going up on my FB page when I finish sorting them out so please pop over later and take a look but before todays challenge question a quick picture of the guy who without doubt got the biggest cheer of the day – yes Mighty Mo was there.
Day 1: Write your own imaginary obituary, can be anything you want
Remember this is a fiction lol –
Peacefully at home aged 104 the renowned author Paula Acton was committed to her cyrogenic-chamber surrounded by her family. The author best known for her Queen of Ages saga which has been serialised in film and her tireless charity work leaves behind two children and 100 dogs whom are now believed to be being cared for by and army of lawyers who are preparing to pursue claims for the animals support from her 50 billion pound estate.
5 thoughts on “Stories and Lists July Blog Challenge 2013 – Day 1: Write your own imaginary obituary, can be anything you want”
Is this prediction Paula?
more like wishful thinking lol
Nice, Paula! After we both wake up from our cryogenic-chambers centuries from now on a planet far, far away, we totally need to hang. 😉
100 dogs? Wow that’s devotion! I had to laugh at the legions of lawyers fighting for claims
Ha ha ha, excellent Paula 🙂