Trifecta, Week Sixty-Seven: Much Obliged

Congrat’s to this weekend’s winners! Go check out the Trifecta website and do a bit of reading if you haven’t already…

In the meantime, it’s Week 67 and the word prompt today is

JUGGLE (transitive verb)
1a : to practice deceit or trickery on : beguile
  b : to manipulate or rearrange especially in order to achieve a desired end
2a : to toss in the manner of a juggler
  b : to hold or balance precariously
3: to handle or deal with usually several things (as obligations) at one time so as to satisfy often competing requirements <juggle the responsibilities of family life and full-time job — Jane S. Gould>

Here are my 33 words, entitled “Much Obliged:”

Harrison was a busy man; he had his cattle ranch, duties on the town planning committee, his Masonic duties, and of course the family. It was a lot to juggle.

(27) Comments

      1. I am sorry if you are deciding to do that because of me. While 33 of your words are better than 333 by most people, 333 of words are utterly fantastic. I, for one, would like to read 333 of your words again sometime soon. 🙂

        1. {curtsies awkwardly} oh, no! I am challenging myself wtih Trifecta by trying to stick with 33 words for a while…have no fear, I am sure it will wear off and I will be back to my usual and verbose self quickly enough hahaha! 😉

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