Wayzata, Minnesota

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Saturday Centus wk # 55 The reflection in the mirror

Jenny Matlock

Ah yes our dear...dear Jenny has given the power of our weekly prompt to....ta da...Dazee Dreamer.....who also has an awesome blog to follow along with....and she has concluded that our prompt is
"The reflection in the mirror" and if you too want to add a reply using that prompt in 100 words or less......(not including the prompt!!) well give it a try here
Here is my offering................................!

Edward was amazingly handsome and born with a presence that lit any room. He was a social lion with an easy going nature. His chameleon like abilities allowed him to control every situation, and made his demure popularity the envy of every man he knew. Why he could even charm birds right down from their nest. Besides seeming oblivious to his constant admirers, any stranger he met immediately followed his every word. Especially the salesman helping him today was no exception.

“This suit is totally you sir!”  But, when Edward bent forward for a closer look, the reflection in the mirror wasn’t there….  quickly Edward stepped away grinning.


Cloudia said...

twilight zone

Warm Aloha from Waikiki

Comfort Spiral




Sue said...

Nice and creepy!


Judie said...

You're a sly one, Miss Karen! You lead us on and then zapped us with the prompt! I loved it!!

upinthecosmos said...

Love it! Nice use of that prompt:-)

Dazee Dreamer said...

omg, that was awesome. gave me chills.

Anonymous said...

Someone told me this is TERRY KEARNS BLOG?
" What" does she " warehouse" in that town?

Karen S. said...

To Anonymous, sorry someone gave you wrong info...Never heard of that person and this blog and myself (Karen) isn't from Canada...sorry!

5thsister said...

Karen...I'm more of a "team Jacob" gal! Loved your sly and clever twist of the prompt.

jabblog said...

Very neat! I'd had similar thoughts but went another way entirely.

Jenny said...

Wow. Creepy and dark. I could feel the music swell up behind him looking in the mirror.

Really neat use of the prompt.