From her small balcony, the witch watched the world go by. She hadn’t flown anywhere for a while, spending most of her time reading her witchionary of spelling.
Willamena led a lonely life. Most of her friends had settled down with warlocks, and many now had little ones. Perhaps it was time to find herself a partner. She wondered which way to go about it.
When she was young, she used to frequent her local pub, The Cauldron and enjoy brews and potions with her mates. That was probably the place to start.
She straightened the point on her hat, shook the dust from her favourite gown and after casting a spell or two she set off on her trusty broomstick.
I’m pleased to report that she was successful. The first person she came across was an old flame, Walter who was on a similar mission.
From their small balcony, the witch, her warlock and witchling William watch the world go by......
Great post.. and also a nice one to start with for Monday finish the story prompt. All the best.. :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks Hema. It was a fun prompt. Glad you liked it.Delete
I like your take on the prompt. Well penned Keith.ReplyDelete
This made me smile. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Cute story! I enjoyed it!ReplyDelete
Ha! As simple as that. Wanna share the spell she cast *grin*ReplyDelete
Such a lovely little tale Keith! I enjoyed this. I am happy that you found the Mondays Finish the Story challenge. Be well... ^..^ReplyDelete
What a lovely welcome! I'm going to enjoy it here I'm sure.Delete
Thanks for commenting on myReplyDelete
little tale. I liked your venture into MFTS. And the happy ending.
I liked yours you liked mine! Perfect.Delete
I liked your story. Lots of W's at the end.ReplyDelete
Well that's wonderful! Thanks so much Danny.Delete
I am having trouble leaving comments through Wordpress and I did leave one earlier. So here goes again. I am glad that Willemina decided to return to the Cauldron and found Walter, sweet and romantic. I hope they live witchingly everafter. :)ReplyDelete
All these witches must be messing around with our blogs! Thanks so much for your kind words and for persevering.Delete
I always love a happy ending :)ReplyDelete
Me too! There's enough misery around without me adding to it.Delete
Sweet story! I like the repetition at the end, with the addition of her new family. I also like the play on words with "witchionary of spelling" as opposed to "dictionary of spelling(s)" - clever :-)ReplyDelete