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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Write a love story in 33 words...

Anna over at http://universalgibberish.blogspot.com/ published in a writing challenge from http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/.  The challenge is to ...write a love story in 33 words.  According to the rules, you may interpret the prompt anyway you choose, but your response must be 33 words precisely..  I decided to give it a try.  Hey, If you want to walk on water, you've got to get out of the boat (or so says author John Ortberg.)  Finding a new challenge everyday is just more evidence that God is good….

I was infatuated. 

He was pursuing. 

We were kids. 

We grew up. 

He proposed. 

I said yes. 

We got married.  

We love.  
We made babies. 
I will love you till my heart stops.   


  1. love this - I will love you till my heart stops.

    Only - maybe it is just my screen - your type is sooooooo teensy and the spacing is off. Is that something in your control?

    thanks for sharing this

  2. Sweet story. Much happiness.

  3. Thanks for the mention hun :) I love it, your whole love story in just 33 words - brilliant! I like the quote as well.

  4. Very sweet. The font makes it really really difficult to read, but the words are full of sweetness.

  5. "I will love you till my heart stops." That is really all that needs to be said.

  6. It's really nice to know this kind of love is out there.

  7. I didn't meet my husband before I was 25, so the first part is different but I feel the same way about him. This is very sweet!

  8. Welcome to the challenge! We're really pleased you found us and this is a very touching response to our prompt. I hope you'll be back to share more of your writing with us in this week's weekday challenge.


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