Friday Fictioneers–Connected

This week Rochell Wisoff-Fields used my photo of the Icon Grill in Seattle. Janet Webb has written a fine story. This is the first I have read… there will be almost 100 written this week… and having sat in this bar, I am moved more.

This, that and the other thing

Friday Fictioneers.

One hundred words, one story.
One picture, many stories.
Read more by clicking the link at the very end…
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He almost didn’t go.  Too many miles in too few days, a week of writing deemed not good enough and erased, too many restaurant meals, too little exercise.  But he needed time to unwind before going home.

She sat, absorbed (as always) in a book, somehow more connected than those constantly online. He caught her eye, smiled, raised his glass.  Her grin and raised glass decided him.  Tonight he’d say hello.  He rose and…

jerked awake, sweating,  crying, catching that same grin in the picture frame as he rolled across the empty space on the other side of the bed.

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  2. Darn, I was hoping this was local so I could see it…looks like I’m visiting San Juan on May 18th…assuming we don’t miss the ferry like the Husband did LAST year LOL

    1. Oh, for crying out loud Carrie… I will be in Mexico! No, you will find nothing like this in Friday Harbor. You need to be in line EARLY… at least a good two + hours in May. No stopping at Costco and Trader Joe’s on the way down… I see all those BC license plates!

      1. Awww, too bad. Guess I will have to entertain myself. I’ll be sure to let The Husband know we should be early

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