Good Wednesday, my readers. I hope you’ve been enjoying my Advent Calendar posts. I am loving doing them, tell you what! That said, Friday Fictioneers is here and I love doing participating though must admit I was stuck with this one. Didn’t want to go down a road I’d already travelled. I know there is some kind of pun in there in view of the photo… 😉
Always a thank you to our Mentor from Missouri for holding this weekly party. Thank you Rochelle. And thanks to Adam Ickes for allowing us to use this photo (for some, a second time).
Do join in on the fun, why don’t you. Just click on the blue frog below and add your link to your 100-word story inspired by this picture!
“Going through some old paperwork, I found a hand-written genealogy tree from my mother’s side.”
“Cool! Find out anything interesting?”
“I already knew that both sides trace back to France. I’m twelfth or thirteenth generation Quebecer!”
“Anything for your father’s side?”
“Nothing, though I know he was a Scottish Highlander.”
“That’s something. What else did you find?”
“Mom’s always claimed that there was some Indian—”
“Right. Native. First Nations.”
“Got it! Other than Mom’s great cheekbones, there’s nothing official.”
“Great bone structure is not proof enough!”
“Exactly. I’d love to find out that I am a true Canadian.”