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Wayzata, Minnesota

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Saturday Centus - Once upon a statue

SATURDAY CENTUS



Jenny from "Off on my tangent" blog has declared "Birthday party flavor" as our prompt for this week.  103 words in any style writing and extra photos are fine.



Once upon a statue story....



Everyone was ecstatic - in anticipation
for an exciting
birthday-party-sensation

except for this lad and his pup

thanks to his rivals
this sad pouty lad
slipped into the harbor of lost dreams!


How could it be?




In this park where happiness spreads like a native weed
and such an important announcement was declared!
Flowers bloomed with excitement -
Birds chattered overhead, squirrels jabbered

yet one statue wasn't invited
to the
birthday party flavor


The others arrived


unfettered and alive with a bird in hand


or a favorite book -




and clothing optional....



So the lad decided to surprise them all


by bringing his cousin!

Who is a



baker that delivers! Let them eat cake!



If you want to see more Saturday Centus posts
or feel like a little flash fiction of your own
go here

http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/2012/07/welcome-to-week-one-hundred-and-of_21.html

8 comments:

sage said...

You tell an interesting story... What happened once his big cousin showed up?

Judie said...

Well, you certainly took that prompt by the horns, Karen. Hahahaha! Good work!!!

Karen S. said...

Sage, Thanks! Too much lake time over the weekend, I forgot to post the last photo for my story! Here it is better late then never! Let them eat cake!

Filip and Kristel said...

Special black statues and the car, well it certainly attracks customers.

Greetings,
Filip

Galen Pearl said...

Ha! I didn't see where that was going!

anitamombanita said...

That was a fun and colorful take on the prompt! Yay!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

What great pictures! I love all of the little statutes, and the amazing cake delivery car! Your imagination has turned these photos into a fun story. laurie @ http://dealingwithmyinnercritic.blogspot.com/

Jenny said...

Oh what a clever, clever post!

This was a wonderful little story.

Your innovative and imaginative writing was really fun!