"You weren't so timid on stage," Mrs Anderson said cheekily. Matt studied Mrs Anderson, was she being serious? It had been embarrassing and awkward enough undressing in the audition. He had felt his heart rate accelerate when he dropped his underpants and turned to face her. She did quite know where to look that was … Continue reading 3TC


Mrs Anderson stood at the front of the class room next to Mr Higgins, the art teacher who seemed to have ignored a line in student-teacher etiquette by allowing his students to address him informally as Bill, she smiled as the gaggle of students were filed into their seats and unpacked their satchels and they … Continue reading 3TC:

3TC Christmas Lunch

The thing about things with a pleasing taste, is that they inevitably are not savoured but eaten with an alarming haste. So dear readers, when the festive spread is on the table remember it is a marathon and not a sprint and it'll be kinder on your waist. Three Things Challenge: Taste, Waist, Haste


"Are we going to alternate each auditionee?" asked Mrs Anderson. "I don't think that will be necessary," replied Artro the director. "Who's turn is it next?" "Matt Hartnell," answered Mrs Anderson softly. "Send him in," instructed Artro. Mrs Anderson called him and told him to get on with the audition. The young man performed the … Continue reading 3TC


"Did you enjoy your theatre class last night? " asked Mr Johnstone. "It was a bit odd," replied Mrs Anderson. "In what way?" "Well we are auditioning for the next play," she blushed. "Oh prey tell..." "Well..." Mr Johnstone smiled, "go on." "Do you remember Matt Hartnell?" "Yes, he had a book published last year … Continue reading 3TC