Friday Fictioneers… PARTYTIME…

Rochelle is turning back the Hands of Time at Friday Fictioneers. Called, taking the holidays off… well deserved I might add. So, I’m digging back into the TedBook Archives and bring out the post I did to this photo prompt byScott Vannatter. The date was December 20, 2012. Enjoy.For our Friday Fictioneers, check out the original post at the bottom and see how many that commented are still with us.

For our Friday Fictioneers, check out the original post at the bottom and see how many that commented are still with us.

Here’re more stories on this prompt…  FridayFictioneers

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Debra was a bundle of nerves. Her first party.

Janet and Rich had been over for Pinochle, but that wasn’t really a party. And strip poker one night, not a party… a disaster.

The ashtrays were out and the wine punch made. Scott had cut up the Velveeta and artfully stacked it on a tray. She was finally using the cut glass crystal they had collected, two plates at a time every Saturday night.

All the ladies had arrived, and her card table displayed the featured attraction. Time to get started.

“Hello, my name is Michelann… and this is Tupperware.”

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This week, our FriFicMuse Rochelle, has tempted us with a photo taken in the kitchen of  Scott Vannatter… to see other stories, maybe with Scott’s cat, check out these Fictioneers.

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Earl Tupper Earl Tupper

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE…

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10 responses

  1. Cute story Ted! I must’ve met I have my suspicions it was no ordinary party when you said he was cutting up Velveta to give to the guests! Merry Christmas to you and all your family including those mad Irish people. Mine will be here in less than four hours!

    1. I guess they are there now… how wonderful! Say hello to the Irish for me and show your sis my photo of my Irish.

  2. LOL, that was too funny. At least she’ll get some gifts or discounts for hosting the party.

    1. That’s how it worked. We did one once when a relative was selling. It was kind of fun.
      Boy, that was the latest thing then.

  3. I haven’t FF in sometime. So you know this was an old one when I reconized the photo. I remember your story, it is timeless.

    1. Hey, Hi!!! I’ve been pretty absent myself… good to see you.

      1. Happy Holidays to you and the family.

      2. Thank you, Kim… and the same best wishes to you and yours.

  4. Tupperware parties! I’d forgotten about those.

  5. Dear Ted,

    I do remember this one. I enjoyed it then and now. Well done. It’s interesting to look back and see who’s come and gone, isn’t it?

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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