Nonfiction prompt, June 1st, the haunted wordsmith

Today’s prompt: What is a city that you would love to visit or have visited?

I have visited Paris!It was lovely there! But very very expensive! But I enjoyed my time there. I did some touristy things, like visiting the Eifel tower, and going on a cruise on the river, and visiting a few other places. I would go back again, although I didn’t think the french people were very friendly! They can be a bit rude at times! Not all of them of course, but the ones I came in contact with were!
Overall the city was nice, though.

Fiction prompt, june 1st, the haunted wordsmith

Welcome to the Haunted Wordsmith Daily Prompt (HWDP). This prompt is going to be both familiar and different at the same time. To participate, simply read this post and follow where the muse takes you. You may select any, all, or none of the prompts…it’s all up to you. Link back to this post, or leave a link in the comments so that others can find you.

Have Fun!

Prompt A (location challenge): New York City

Prompt B (sentence starter): “We close in five minutes.”

Prompt C (photo):


We close in 5 minutes, said the member of staff to the lady who was looking at the perfume.
The lady looked around, Macy’s was so big!
She felt hungry, and wished they were staying open longer, there was a macdonalds on the 7th floor!
But back to the perfumes. Which one to buy!
She sprayed a few! Oh I just cant decide she mused.
Turning from the display she decided she would wait. She had to go meet her friends in a local irish bar. New York city had the best irish bars!
She walked quickly out of the store, she didn’t want to be late!

Family day out!

so today I went christmas shopping with mom and my sister. we had so much fun. i got some gifts for my neighbour, and my PA amanda. Oh and my sisters partner as well. I’m almost done shopping now for gifts. I have a few more to buy and then I’ll be done. Im hoping to get the rest of the gifts next weekend. But today was fun. We went to a store that sells designer brands of a whole host of things. But they sell them at 60 percent off the marked price. I got most of my gifts in that store. We went to a few other places too though. My sister was buying my niece’s christmas clothes. My niece wanted a mackenzie track suit but it was 100 euro and my sister refused to pay it. So in the end she got some soft of sweatshirt and a leggings. She also got new trainers. So she’s all kitted out now. My sister was also buying some gifts for the people she works for. We all went for lunch as well. I wasnt very mindful of healthy eating today though. I had fried chicken for lunch. I also had a coffee in gloria jeans while mom and my sister shopped for Laurens christmas clothes. I didnt feel like standing around while my niece tried on clothes. I sat down and drank my coffee and browsed on facebook. We were meant to also go to glow, which is a christmas market and winter wonder land. But the lines to get in were massive so we said we’d come back another day. There were so many people in the city today. Crowds and crowds of people. We were lucky to get parking. Luckily I had my disability parking pass which we were able to use. It was a fun day though. I enjoyed it. We left around 1 today and we didnt get back to moms until after 6 this evening. I’m happy now that I got a few more gifts for people. I’m slowly getting through my list of who I need to buy for.


#whatif prompt 30th august

Today’s prompt over at what if we all cared is:

best spot in my town


Well I live in a big city, I live in cork, which is in the south of ireland.

There are many great spots in cork. I love my city.

There are many tourist attractions. And many beaches. Its hard to just pick one.

My favourite beach is inchadonnie, not sure I am spelling it right, but, the sand there is super soft, it is beautiful there. Very peaceful too.

I also love the local parks in my city. I like to take nitro walking in them. There are a few big ones in the city, like fitzgeralds park, and ballincollig regional park.

Cork has a lot to offer. From concert venues and theatres, to parks, beaches, art galleries, and more. You’d never run out of things to do in cork.