Support is a great thing to give and if you have a few dollars, a donation would help, too. Many of us have had to battle with cancer and other lethal ailments. If anyone is deserving of help and support, this amazing woman deserves it.

From Trent MacDonald:

“Sue has given so much to our community, and we are trying to give back. One place where the community is showing the love is the Carrot Ranch’s “Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic”.  There are several “events”, but the the main event is the short story competition (the actual rodeo itself).  This is a fund raiser to help Sue and her family during her time of need.  I’m sure that even if you aren’t a writer, you can click the “donate” button 😉 The contest will close at midnight on Friday, February 19th, 2021, so there is still a week left. Anyway, go over to the Carrot Ranch now and check it out! Enter a story, poem, or other 99-word thought based on Sue’s beautiful photo!”

Please pass this along. The more people who know what’s going on, the more we can help.


Carrot Ranch Literary Community

by H.R.R. Gorman

Here at the Carrot Ranch, we take the business of 99-word literary art seriously. Those who participate in the Ranch prompts or yearly Rodeo saddle up to TUFF (The Ultimate Flash Fiction) it out and train new Rough Riders as we go. Now, the Ranch is hosting a new event to sharpen minds, welcome new hands, and celebrate one of our own the best way we know how: our first ever Rodeo Classic.

In this Rodeo Classic, we’re here to celebrate a stalwart center of many blogging corners, Sue Vincent. Sue has variously contributed to the community here at the Carrot Ranch, through communication with many other bloggers, and run her own famous #writephoto weekly blog prompt. You can (and should!) follow her on her blogs, The Daily Echo and the shared blog France & Vincent. She has inspired us to become better writers and shown…

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4 replies

  1. I feel honored you used my words 🙂 It is a good event and I hope a lot of people join in!

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    • You said it so well. I didn’t think I could say it any better. That’s also why I reblog. If someone else has said it well, I don’t feel compelled to say it another way.

      I know I haven’t been very communicative lately, but I think this lockdown has finally gotten me. That and the insanely rising price of food and it’s been so cold and I don’t know how I’ll manage to pay off the oil company. Then, they acquitted Orangeman. Sheesh.

      I really hoped that the bad old days were ending. I suppose things will get better. I just wonder when. I hope it is soon.

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      • I do hope things will get better, and I will be glad when I no longer have to hear the orange guys name on the news. Maybe a darker few months, but as summer comes around, maybe we will begin to see more light…


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