Yay! It’s raining so I got cut from working today. This means I have time to write and read! Welcome to Friday Fictioneers, folks, a place where we we get a picture and have to write a 100-word story with beginning, middle and end, based on said picture. Some days are harder than others, and some days you wonder where in the heck your idea came from. The important thing is to go with it and see what happens! This week’s photo comes from wonderful author, Claire Fuller
Rochelle is our hostess, who somehow, between writing, editing, fretting and living life, manages to take care of all of us. Thank you Rochelle! Should you want to join in the fun, please click on this link for the how-to! Should you not yet be ready to write your own, click on the blue frog below and read other stories. You never know, it might inspire you!
Word Count: 100
Me: Babe, where’s the blue box with that doohickey I need?
Him: Second unit, third shelf, behind the white box marked ‘Halloween’.
Me: Honey, do you know if we have any more thingamajigs to tie the whatsits together?
Him: Unit beside the freezer, second shelf, between the red and green boxes. Can’t miss it – orange, your favourite colour.
Me: Sweetie? Where, oh where, did you hide the whatchamacallits?
Me: If you could see the state of your garage today, you’d be rolling in your
grave bottle. Needless to say, I cannot find a thing since you left.
By the way… the reason I say bottle and not grave, is, well, that is where he resides for the moment! 😉