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The Pursuit

For Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Challenge: 22 July 2022

 Fleur Lind
Photo Credit: Fleur Lind

For Elian, life was good. He was happy and contented. It changed when he met and fall in love with Megan.

He thought she was the one, but when he proposed, she rejected him outright.

“Get over yourself,“ she said. “Have you been drinking again?”

It could’ve been meant as a joke, but it didn’t come across that way. Elian felt insulted and led him into the seemingly bottomless dark hole of anger and bitterness.

Elian, to his credit, came to his senses and didn’t give up on his pursuit. He eventually won her over after overcoming his alcohol addiction.

July 20, 2022 at 8:25 am 32 comments

Caught in the Act

For Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Challenge: 15 July 2022

Dale Rogerson
Photo Credit: Dale Rogerson

After a night of partying, Becky had overslept. On the way to work, she went right past a stop sign.

“Sir, I’m very sorry,” she said to the cop who pulled her over. “I didn’t mean to do it.”

“You seem to be in such a hurry. What’s the rush?”

“Officer, it’s a life and death situation. I’m a surgical nurse and got an emergency call.”

Of course, it was a lie. The cop completely fell for it, though.

“Is that right? Come follow me.”

With the siren blaring, the officer escorted Becky to the hospital like a true celebrity.

July 13, 2022 at 1:23 pm 29 comments

The Spinning Wheel

For Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Challenge: 8 July 2022

 Rochelle Wisoff-Fields
Photo Credit: Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

It had been in the basement for some time gathering dust since grandma passed away.

“Mama,” Little Abby asked, “can we keep it?”

“I’m afraid not, honeybunch; there’ll be no space for it in the new house.”

“That’s no fair.”

“I know, but I tell you what, I found somebody willing to adopt it.”

“For sure?”

“For sure.”

“What grandma wants is for you to keep her memories alive like the many happy moments she shared with you while she sat at that wheel.”

“Can you do that?”

“For sure.”

“Well, it’s settled then. Your grandma will be so pleased.”

July 6, 2022 at 1:57 pm 25 comments

Marry You

For Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Challenge: 1 July 2022

Jan Wayne Fields
Photo Credit: Jan Wayne Fields

Matteo parked his flower truck at the usual spot in the square and asked Amelia to come.

After some hesitation, he finally agreed to propose to her.

“What’s the wait?” his friend Tommy told him.

“I’m not ready. I want to win the lottery first.”

“Fat chance! When that happens, she won’t be around anymore.”

For the proposal, his friends decided to put on a dance show where Amelia joined in the fun.

When he knelt on one knee and she said yes, he raised his hand in triumph.

“I did it,” he cried to the cheers of their friends.

June 29, 2022 at 10:17 am 30 comments

What a Thing to Say

For Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Challenge: 24 June 2022

John Nixon
Photo Credit: John Nixon

As Karl staggered with his cane to the front of the store, he wondered if Victoria’s family still owned the place. After a lover’s spat, he left her without saying goodbye.

He went inside and found a woman rearranging the displays.

“Victoria, is that you?” he asked.

“Karl, what the hell?” she said looking at him incredulously. “What brought you here after all these years?”

“I want to tell you how sorry I’m for what I did.”

“You’re forgiven.”

“Perhaps we can start all over?”

“What a thing to say!” she snapped. “Better go before my husband beats you up.”

June 22, 2022 at 9:57 am 44 comments

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