July 21st – 28th
The theme is Farm centered but feel free to use whatever inspiration you want. You don’t have to stick to these prompts at all!
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July 21st – Barn
July 22nd – Mud
July 23rd – Hay
July 24th – Fireflies
July 25th – Under The Stars
July 26th – Pickup Truck
July 27th – Sunrise
July 28th – Tied
He saw her the very minute she arrived in Heavenly. He watched, trying his best to go unnoticed, while taking in every detail about the way the woman looked as the driver helped her down from the coach. She was small, slight of build, young. Her skin was fair and her hair was golden and she was a real special kind of pretty.
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Just some Bethyl Fluff to get us by.
Has it all been written before? Yep, just in different ways, in different voices.
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It was something so simple; an innocent gesture.
But it was the beginning of everything.
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Congratulations to @leftmywingshome on their story “Interstice”
Many thanks to our other writers: LadyScarlettDixon, Wallflow3r, LeighJ and ultimatebethylficlist for their stories.
Thank you to all those who voted. It was a tight race!
Originally posted soon after Coda was aired. Recently modified to match better with developments on the show. Daryl tells Judith a bedtime story about her favorite princess, a lovely and loving young woman named Beth.
This is a one-shot based on the song Cop Car by Keith Urban.
“A year ago we stayed up till 3 am talking, and today I don’t know how to even say hey.”
A historical Bethyl one shot set in Texas in 1836.