The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story To Ponder

Today my best friend slapped me in the face Here’s your Wednesday Story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil. TWO FRIENDS WERE WALKING THROUGH THE DESERT. DURING SOME POINT OF THE JOURNEY, THEY HAD AN ARGUMENT; AND ONE FRIEND SLAPPED THE OTHER ONE IN THE FACE.     THE ONE WHO GOT SLAPPED […]

The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story To Ponder

Here’s today’s story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil. Belief Is All You Need A man was lost while driving through the country. As he tried to read a map, he accidentally drove off the road into a ditch. Though he wasn’t injured, his car was stuck deep in the mud. So […]

The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story To Ponder

    Hot Buttons Here’s your Wednesday story from my never-ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil. Mole was driving along a motorway with his good friend, Badger. Mole was enjoying the drive and feeling good about the world until another car, driven by Rat, cut aggressively and dangerously in front of him. Mole was furious. He […]

The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story To Ponder

Here’s The Donkey in the Well Story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured  pencil! “There once was a little donkey that worked on a very large farm. This donkey was a very hard worker, and was very much appreciated by his master who knew he could count on him do any manner of […]

The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story

Comfort Zones  Here is your Wednesday story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil. Two seeds lay in a shallow depression in the field where the farmer had thrown them. As the autumn days passed, birds searching for worms, and the wintry wind, loosened the earth, which slowly began to cover them. Patiently […]

The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story To Ponder

    Here’s your Wednesday Story from my never ending notebook and everlastingcoloured  pencil  Soil and Toil  A priest was driving his car along a remote country road. As he reached the brow of a hill, he slowed down and whistled to himself. Stretched out below him, nestling in the valley, was one of the […]

The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story

Here’s another story from my never ending notebook and everlasting  coloured pencil The Lost Horse A horse with no identifying marks wandered into a farmyard. The farmer’s young son said he’d take the responsibility for returning the horse to its owner. The boy mounted the horse, urged it towards the road and let it choose […]