Wayzata, Minnesota

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Saturday Centus - The Unmentionable

Ah yes, the unmentionable, only slightly mentioned.  Only because I desire a passing grade from Miss Jenny!  I can't allow my formal Saturday Centus course (in flash fiction) be tanked, or flushed away, in 105 words and a prompt of "leave no kidney stone unturned."


Here goes-

A Passing Thought

I'm blushing at, leave no kidney stone unturned, or spoken about either, I promise!

Throw or keep?

Stones will lead us into unknown directions we may have otherwise missed.

If we didn't follow it's stoned path.

Don't let pretty fronts fool you either, trust me on this.  If you thought this was a restaurant, think again.  This is where one goes after too many restaurants!

Speaking of food, stones and toothless chickens....

they thrive by eating/swallowing stones to crush their seeds and grains and make their egg shells.  

Oops, so busy feeding chickens I forgot-

 I have stone-soup cooking inside!


See you all next week
but before you follow the stone path away from here check out the other 
Saturday Centus posts go here


richard said...

What an unique house. Certainly, one of a kind. Thanks for posting.

darlin said...

I love the stone path and the house... toothless chickens, love that phrase! lol

Have a wonderful week Karen!

Titania said...

The stone soup does it for me...later in it is to hot!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I'm sorry, but this piece was kinda rocky.

Karen S. said...

Jerry- and rocks are a good thing too!

Karen S. said...

Richard- Ah yes, a dream cottage!

Karen S. said...

Darlin hehehehe! I like those chickens too!

Karen S. said...

Titania - please send some of your warmth over here! Winter is beginning to really drive me bananas !

Jenny Woolf said...

Haha you missed being stoned.. :D I have never heard of stone soup - I must look it up now.

Tracy Cook said...

I love the story stone soup thank you for sharing

Kris Osage said...

So enjoyable and cleverly written !!! :)

Gert Jan Hermus said...

Very nice post Karen! ;-)

Greetings from The Netherlands, DzjieDzjee

Jenny said...

Stone soup!

I always loved that book!

And I am totally in love with that stone house!