Six Sentence Stories~ Rank

Through a new friend, I was told of another link up that really seems like fun. Six Sentence Stories. This weeks cue word was Rank and having a teen boy and a 20 year old, Rank is something I know about… 

Six sentences, no more, no less…any genre, use the cue rank… Link up in the morning…hop around… Comment…come back next week and play again!

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I went through the room searching.

Is it the gym bag full of three month old football clothes?

Is it the pile of dishes above the headboard?

Is it the socks stuffed under the bed? 

Is it the shoes thrown into the closet? 

I will find that smell! 

 

 

 

17 thoughts on “Six Sentence Stories~ Rank

    1. Thank you! With weight lifting, football seems nearly year round. It keeps him busy and out of trouble. But sheesh the child can sweat. 🙂

    1. His football bag (a HUGE heavy plastic bag designed to carry all of their equipment and pads.) sat in a corner in the dining room for a week. I scrubbed carpets not knowing what the scent was. I know for next year to break out the febreze early. Thank you!

    1. Oh Boy can they 🙂 They’re still worth it 🙂 Welcome to my blog!

  1. What i hate is when it’s a potato that escaped the bag and got to the back of the pantry. No worse smell than that!

    1. Great play on words there 🙂 Thanks for the smile! I actually just finished reading yours and as soon as I catch up on my coffee theres a few I want to read more of, your included 🙂

  2. So glad to see you came to join us! 🙂 Oh yes, I remember well how bad boys gym gear could smell, rank indeed! This made me smile with nostalgia, my son is 37 now!

    1. 🙂 I dread mine growing up. It just seems like you blink and all these milestones are passing. 21 and 16 this coming year. It doesn’t really seem possible. Thank you so very much for sharing this with me! It was a lot of fun!

  3. Hi Missy, welcome to Six Sentence Stories! Reading what each person writes is something I look forward to each week, along with trying to continue my ongoing tale. You’ve got this six down perfectly, with a mother’s determination to locate and eradicate that foul smell.!

  4. we do however, have a dog, and it’s amazing how she can not only follow a scent outdoors, but seems to know the type of animal she is tracking!

    1. My Dad used to small game hunt with his dogs, it really was amazing how they could tell a rabbit from anything else out there in the woods.

    1. Very very true. I can always tell when my youngest is talking with a young lady at school, he uses his after shave…

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