Wednesday's Three Word Wednesday

The word prompts over at 3WW are avoid, class and sticky. This, I suppose, would be the prequel to last week’s 3WW. Let’s stay in Fiction in 58 mode, shall we?

Embolden

She melted into wallpaper patterns. Her father termed it avoidance disorder.
She belonged to a class that didn’t rely on hamburger boxed meals. The move to the Biltmore caused consternation. She found comfort in cracked plaster, his movements. The boy in 3D. She was fascinated by his economy.
She chose sticky rice and Szechuan Duck as an introduction.

12 comments:

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RachelRenae said...

Fabulous, thomg. That last line is the best.

although *techinically* does "avoidANCE" really count? just saying...
;)

pia said...

Loved the last line also

tumblewords said...

There you have it. Another sticky situation in progress. Nice post!

Leonard Blumfeld said...

Fascinating economy.

TC said...

Uh oh, I'm not such a fan of the Biltmore.

I liked the way this built.

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ThomG said...

R&R, I think Bone is fairly lenient about the words, as long as they appear. Just doing my part.

TheRobRogers said...

Fab, as always, man.

pjd said...

This is awesome. There is so much in this about her through the words you've chosen and what you've left yet to be said. We are instantly drawn into questions.

gautami tripathy said...

I love the title! Awesome!

Practice makes pleasure profitable

b said...

I love the economy of words but the generosity of images.

b