Writing Skills 6

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TASK 6

A dogs owners go away…….

There is no word amount goal. We will bring that later when we have done this for a few weeks. For now you are just getting into the swing of it.

We REALLY hope you will share what you put with us here, in the comments. We would love to read it.

Have fun 🙂

Isabella F A Shores
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Isabella F A Shores

Hello, my name is Abbie.I'm a dog lover with two Alsatians.A bird lover...2 budgies, and an avid writer.

I live in Manchester, UK and try to promote other artists and writers when I can.I'm so pleased you found our community and I hope to chat to you soon!!Please comment on my posts if you like them 🙂
Isabella F A Shores
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Isabella F A Shores

Hello, my name is Abbie. I'm a dog lover with two Alsatians. A bird lover...2 budgies, and an avid writer. I live in Manchester, UK and try to promote other artists and writers when I can. I'm so pleased you found our community and I hope to chat to you soon!! Please comment on my posts if you like them :)

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Kathy K. McClellan
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Jingle, jingle. ” Was that my leash I heard? Are we going for a walk?” Mollie got up hurriedly from her spot in front of the glass door where the winter sun had warmed up the floor tiles. She got to the den in time to see her owners gathering up her leash and her favorite toy. “Alright! A ride in the truck!” she thought. Mollie heard her owners calling her to come get in the truck. Gleefully she pranced out the open door and into the waiting truck. The man had already warmed up the inside of the truck… Read more »
Bill
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Henry, the Golden Retriever, looks toward the sound of the shutting door, gets up, shakes a bit and walks over and takes a drink out of his bowl. Looking at the other bowl next to it, seeing it empty, he walks back to rug, yawns, circles a few times and goes back to sleep.

Kathy K. McClellan
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Love this, Bill. Short and to the point portraying a very secure dog, knowing his owner will return to fill that empty bowl.

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