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 end2a : to toss in the manner of a juggler b : to hold or balance precariously3: 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.