100 Word Challenge – Week 22 – Is that Bells I hear?



Joining the weekly 100 words challenge for Grown ups. This week the prompt is 


……is it me or are bells ringing?……

They were walking arm in arm, just the two of them and their dog. Wrapped up warm; with gloves, scarf’s and hats. The air was so cold their breath drifted in front of them. Just as they approached the brow of the hill she said is it me or are bells ringing? They stopped to listen. The sound was just faint, but the closer to town they got the louder the sound. The sound of the bells filled the evening sky with a familiar and festive ring. The sound of hope; they shared a brief kiss before continuing their way home.

Taking part in the 100 word Challenge for Grown Ups – Week #22

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13 Responses to 100 Word Challenge – Week 22 – Is that Bells I hear?

  1. Honiebuk says:

    And what is Christmas without a bit of hope – lovely!

    Mine (better late than never) is at http://wp.me/p1cFoK-NY

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  2. Mrs TeePot says:

    aww lovely and romantic 🙂

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  3. thewildpomegranate says:

    ah, so sweet and tender. Loved it!

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  4. jfb57 says:

    You have set the scene for the season! I love the idea of the bells heralding all the wonders of Christmas. Lovely!

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  5. SusanKMann says:

    What a lovely warm scene you have created here.

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  6. Anna says:

    Makes you feel warm inside on a grey and rainy day 🙂

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  7. Him Up North says:

    You've painted the sort of scene the reader wishes they were stood in. Lovely.

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  8. Jim says:

    Lovely writing. I can picture the scene perfectly 🙂

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  9. A moment is time without any hype or glitz. Pure joy and pure Christmes.

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  10. Colin says:

    Could be any Sunday in autumn or winter… lovely pastoral scene.

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  11. Sally-Jayne says:

    Lovely. Understated, but very Christmassy.

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  12. This is very simple and quite lovely.

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  13. HerMelness says:

    This piece heralded the first signs of Christmas for me. I never feel it until very very late in the season. This was an honest but non-sentimentalised take on the prompt. Really liked it.

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