Sammi Cox is our host for the Weekend Writing Prompt and today has chosen the word Gallivant. We have 46 words to play with which are to include the prompt.
Did your mother ever tell you to stop gallivanting around town, that it made you look cheap or even worse, desperate? Well, times have changed and now with COVID-19 the only thing to do, besides eat at outside tables, is to gallivant through town holding a sign, protesting the unfair treatment by some police.
wait – remain in readiness weight – an amount of heaviness
warn – to advise of a hazard worn – displaying evidence of use
While going to the store I spied a little shop I saw it had some sweets I thought that I should stop the door said “Come on in” but I thought that I should wait I was trying to be healthy I wanted to lose weight.
When suddenly the door opened right up in my face and unlike times before I ran like in a race The people coming after me had tried to warn me first that some old guy in worn out jeans out the front door he would burst.
I tried to stop my running afraid that if I fell I’d really need some cunning to make myself feel well I knew that I would try to stay in bed all day but then the pounds won’t vanish they’ll never go away.