Wednesday, 8 April 2020

AtoZ2020 - G is for Grave - Vampire Drabbles - #AtoZChallenge

Tasha's Thinkings - Vampire Drabbles - AtoZChallenge 2020 - G

AtoZChallenge 2020 - Vampire Drabbles

Greetings one and all, and welcome to G day! Of course with a theme like vampire drabbles how could I not go with the word 'grave'? It called to me. This one is a little bit of a different take, however, I hope you enjoy it. #LGBTQ+

G is for Grave

Charlie placed the rose on the old grave.

"Goodbye, Cornelius … finally," she said before turning to the woman who had made this possible.

After 200 years of misery, it has taken a modern outlook, an extraordinary scientific brain and some supernaturally inventive, less-than-scientific surgical techniques, but Charlie was finally who she was supposed to be outside and in. No more body dysmorphia, no more torment.

"Are you alright?" Rosa asked.

"I am wonderful," she replied. "You have given me new life, now I will give you yours."

Rosa would make a wonderful vampire and together they would enjoy eternity.

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Q. If there was one thing you could change about your physical self, big or small, what would it be? Or are you happy just as you are?

This year I am also taking part as my alter ego Virginia Waytes - all about the characters and setting for my new paranormal romance podcast and eBooks, Sexy Stories - The Manor. Check out today's post: G is for Gerry

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  1. Oooh, I haven't even thought about this before! How lovely.

    The Multicolored Diary

    1. Thank you - it took me ages to find the right words for this one.

  2. I would have loved to be taller...may be another 5-6 inches then I would have qualified as model to do ramp walk! hahahaha!!!
    Jokes aside, its a difficult life, for those who have some physical shortcomings, a life with challenges that we able bodied can not fathom.

  3. Another gem! I'll stay as I am thank you!

  4. Ha! A transgender vampire...I love it! Can you imagine the kind of ground-breaking science needed to accomplish such a feat. Clever idea.

    A2Q: Hmm...the one thing I'd change about my physical self would be my vision. Not only would I want to see 20/20 (without corrective lenses), I'd want built-in night, heat-sensory, and x-ray vision added on. :P


  5. I'd love to be a few inches taller, though I believe my Southern Italian body type saved my life when I was run over by a car in 2003. A taller, thinner person might've been thrown or crushed, while I had less distance to fall and more flesh to cushion the impact.

  6. Ooh, always great to be who you're supposed to be outside and in. Super idea!

  7. Great concept and I love how you took it one step farther. Very creative story in so few words.

  8. I did not see this one coming.
    I would have all my age related aches and pains disappear and leave the working knees, feet etc.

    Finding Eliza

  9. Very creative! I would definitely change my age--so that I could potentially have more years to spend with my daughter.

  10. Well done. I would definitely hange my weight. It would be fun to be thin for one in my life.

  11. Another good tale, Tasha. To answer your question, I'd like to get a new pair of lungs, and some abs. :P

  12. I think we all go into phases where we like the way we are, and then we don't. It's almost like a wheel constantly turning...

    Rebel xox

  13. Tasha,

    Other than the need to lose a little weight, I'm overall happy with myself the way I am. Oh, I guess if I had the money and I wasn't such a big scaredy Cathy then I'd love to have a tummy tuck. After three children and the ill effects of age the mid-section can use a lot of work. lol But, I'll just have to do the best I can through diet and exercise. There are no short cuts in life that don't come with a price. Elective cosmetic surgery is one of those things I fear might come consequences down the line if you get going on that path as I see it with celebrities who've had repeated procedures. They begin to not look like themselves after awhile. In my opinion in an unflattering way. Interesting questions. Thanks for dropping by to check out Cathy's Pinup Girl #AtoZChallenge Art Sketch Series 'G' post and I hope you'll find time to visit again. Stay safe and sound, my dear!


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