Susan at Stony River challenges bloggers every Monday with a linky party called, Microfiction Monday.
She posts a picture and in 140 characters or less, you are to write a story or short poem based on the picture. I have two stories and a poem to share, I hope you like them.
~Mark, either you buy me a sled or I'll leave you for El Loco who has two. Sure he's a psycho but at least I won't have to walk in the snow!(140 characters)
rain snow wind and heat
don't dream about tomorrow
just enjoy the season today
Hi Maria ~~ Your first two were told by complainers! A revolt might be in the works? Good thoughts in the third.ReplyDelete
One would think that Little Red would know her way through the woods by now.ReplyDelete
Mark's girlfriend is a little manipulator! He should dump her.
I really like your sentiments in the last one--enjoy today!
Three good ones, Maria!
Ah yes not only that but you can see their previous selves walking infront(or behind)LOL! :O)ReplyDelete
There's a story behind the footprints I'm sure!ReplyDelete
I did think that Little Red seemed to be concentrating on her hands, rather than her feet!ReplyDelete
People just can't do one can they?ReplyDelete
Hi Maria....brilliant interpretations on the cute picture! I can just see that girl being a bit prissy hahaha XXXReplyDelete
All were good, but I enjoyed the first one the most.ReplyDelete
Great takes on the pic of the day, Maria! It seems that complainers are rampant during the holidays!! Hope you have a great week and a very Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
When I get lost, I get cranky too!ReplyDelete
Nice Maria and I love the verse.
Merry Christmas to you!
Look at those two bringing food & kittens.The invite clearly said we were only supposed to bring decorations.ReplyDelete
HA! El Loco!ReplyDelete
I liked the third one the best!!ReplyDelete
Love Little Red and El Loco. He's not muy loco after all with his sleds! Fun stories, Maria!ReplyDelete
Great job! El Loco made me smile. :)ReplyDelete
Maria, I love #2 the best-El Loco? LOL!ReplyDelete
Fun stories. Thanks for your visit!ReplyDelete
God bless and Merry Christmas!
Love them! Are you sure that the first one isn't walking in the footprints of the two kids who are following him???? Just sayin...ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful holiday. Cheers!
Ha Ha! I never would have thought of them walking in circles but that is funny! Liked both and love your poem!ReplyDelete
Have a very Merry Christmas, Maria.
Great line up. Love them! :O)ReplyDelete
Both are very nice writing.ReplyDelete
What a lovely verse. So true!ReplyDelete