12 comments on “Lost & Found

  1. So glad you found the girls. How dare they pull a prank like that after a hard day of work. I am sure you gave them a piece of your mind although it was done lovingly and with relief. Happy to know that I am not the only one who names things.

  2. I really like this, Ravienne! How lovely to mix in facts and frivolity. I enjoyed the initial intrigue and how you allowed it to unfold. It was cleverly written and most enjoyable! I am definitely among those who can put things down and quickly forget about them. Thank you for sharing this with us. It is quite delightful!

      • I just read your slive – and I loved it! But I didn’t see where I could comment! It was fun and festive and so for real. I identified with several parts – especially the one about hating to iron. Me, tpp!!!

        I love that each concept started with a present progressive verb. It reminded me to connect it repeatedly to the initial introductory title.

        This was so tastefully done. Thank you for taking us on your arc of emotions and perspectives. This was most enlightening! Will have to try it in the future!


        ~Carla Michelle

      • I’m sorry you could not comment on the post properly. It was truly a WordPress glitch as others were able to leave their comments. We tend speak of our own selves in past and future tense of often, but not as much in the here and now of the moment. The use of the present progressive and that connection to Right Now is what drew me to the form. Thank you so much for going the extra mile to comment, Carla, it is very appreciated.

      • Raivenne, it is such a pleasure to read your work! I am enjoying learning from the writing of others – and I’m looking forward to trying some of these new ideas. Thank YOU so much for sharing!

  3. I was filled with anxiety during your slice…I wasn’t sure who or what your girls were. Were they kids? No. Cats? No. Insects? No. I was completely lost until the end. Way to keep us in suspense! Glad you found them!

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