FF- Friday Fictioneers
Oh, Amelia, you were right this trip has been a waste of time!
I promised I would never leave you to go house hunting on my own but we have to find a new house now if we're going to move by next month.
Bash Brannigan of TFOA Realty promised we’d find many affordable houses here, just like Hank Hudson did, but the houses are big and expensive. Now I'll have to stay the weekend to keep looking, which seems like eternity away from you and the girls.
Be strong in your female weightlifting competition Sunday. Tell the girls to be good and cheer you on!
Oh, crap, Bash is driving me to another neighborhood and it isn't promising. The houses are getting bigger.....fast!
Poor guy, he hates being away from his wife and kids for the weekend. He's even got to miss Amelia's weightlifting competition. Hopefully she isn't too mad and decides to bench press him upon his return.
Since I have done the wrong picture prompt this week, forget all about this picture now! The other Friday Fictioneers have done the correct one and their efforts are available by clicking here.
Looks like what I could have used this week to straighten myself out was a Hudson miracle!
Ah.. somehow I have a feeling the weightlifting can come in handy in the posh neighborhood... especially if you have to defend your right to have pink flamingo lawn decorations... (might even make the neighborhood more affordable)
You're right! Who wouldn't want to live next to a female weight lifter who can bench press the entire neighborhood?
When you said you liked strong women, Perry, I assumed you were talking about body odor. Let's hope Amelia doesn't drop you like a 150 lb. dumbbell and run away with Bash Brannigan. That's almost as good a name as Dash Riprock.
everybody makes mistakes. taking the wrong picture prompt this week is understandable. :)
Wait a minute, that story's not about me! I'm just paralleling the letter in the wrong picture prompt above. I had a lot of fun playing with it until I found out I had screwed everything up. Maybe Amelia will pop me one as my punishment.
How come nobody else did it? My brilliant story is being totally lost! (Well, it's kind of good, if not brilliant.)
If you hadn't told us we wpuld have never known you used the wrong prompt ;)
And I thought I was unobservant!
I have to say that even when you do it wrong you did it right. You get extra points for ingenuity but minus points for using the wrong photo. Nonetheless, I like what you did with it. You made me laugh.
Hilarious, Perry. You and your character names and a female weight lifter to boot. Let's hope Amelia doesn't practice her weight lifting on the front lawn in a posh neighborhood. That won't go down well with the neighborhood committee. It will no doubt cause a traffic jam in the area. :D --- Suzanne
What's a wrong prompt between friends? As long as your tale wags, its all good.
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