Reblog Cow Story

Molly stared at the rest of the cattle. Yup, they were up to something alright. Huddled in a small group, they seemed to be plotting something. The Farmer was gone for the day, and Molly ventured out into the fields, braving the snow to find where Agatha and her group had run off too. There they lay, partially covered by the falling snow, cleary plotting against the farmer.

Molly crept closer and could make out a few of their words through the wind. Agatha was speaking “Tonight, teach, him, lesson, we’ll…” The wind picked up and Molly could no longer hear them. All she knew was that the other cows were up to something, and they were going to something to the farmer tonight. Molly had to act fast! Last time the farmer left, Agatha and her crew had broken into the farmhouse and wrecked the bathroom trying to take baths. What was next?


I was meandering down a country road this morning enjoying a bit of snow when I saw an interesting scene.  I wasn’t sure what was going on and I thought one of you might have the answer.  Please write the story for the following snaps.

Your Story is a SethSnap series in which you get to decide the story behind the photo.  You can write a story, a poem or even just one word.  You decide.  Open your favorite writing program, turn on the spell check and go!

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Try your hand at previous Your Story prompts:

Your Story
Your Story:Blue
Your Story: Country
Your Story: Blue Bank
Your Story: The View
Your Story: Forgotten
Your Story: Night and Day
Your Story: The Tree
Your Story:Morning
Your Story:House
Your Story:Rain
Your Story:Crackle
Your Story:Winter
Your Story:Front Yard
Your Store:Whispers of darkness
Your Story:Cold
Your Story:Keep…

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