Microfiction Monday #49
Susan from Stony River, welcomes us to Microfiction Monday,
where a picture paints just 140 characters.
If you’d like to join us, stop by Susan’s, pick up the picture prompt,
compose your story in 140 character (or less), post it,
and sign in at Susan’s place, then commence in the sharing!
Mid-Summer in Lou’ziana, sunshine, bird song, and Judy holdin’ his hand. Darrel coulda sworn he was walkin’ on air.
Your are good, Quilly! 🙂 I might say that Louisiana is terribly hot in the summer, your folks might have done better still in the Spring or Fall seasons.
I am running late tonight because we had a guest speaker/comedian from Louisiana tonight in church. Dennis Swanberg talked and talked about leadership and how leaders must be human. I think it was worth being late for Âµfiction.
His Bible verses for reference were about Mary, Martha, and Lazarus and how Jesus was human with them. And how Martha was so comfortable with Jesus could jaw at Him.
Jim, I have been to Louisiana in the Summer. The afternoons were hot, but I found the mornings quite pleasant.
Sounds as if Judy and Darrel “Are Sparkin”
Bill, shur’nuf does!
I hope that Darrell’s ‘walking on air’ continued for a long time! Great post. Cheers!
Sylvia — so do I!
What lovely imagery. Great entry.
Thank you, Erik.
Excellent Q.Wonder if Nike is interested in him? LOL Very well done. 🙂
Thom — I am certain Darrell would be interested in Nike if they’d offer him shoes that fit!
I feel like I’m walking along with them after reading this.
KB — thanks. Can you feel the sunshine?
This was a lovely positive caption…
Most Excellent Quilly…..G
G-Man, I really tried but I just didn’t have anything snarky in me last night. Sweet it was, albeit out of character!
Walking on air is best for soul and sole, both.
Tony — I agree!
A nice one :o)
This is so sweet. Bless them. Great microfiction!
Have a lovely week x
Ellie — thanks!
Aw that’s so sweet! 🙂
Akelamalu — I know. Totally out of character for me, hmm?
Perfect. Suits the mood of the picture perfectly, quilly.
Granny Sue — yes, it does. I tried for snarky but just couldn’t pull it off.
And you have to be careful what kind of prints you leave in the air.
Doug — I think one should at least try one’s best to make them uplifting.
pleasure to walk barefoot in sunshine 🙂
Priyanka — isn’t it though?
I have to try to walk on air. If I fall it’s your fault !
Gattina — be sure to find some very, very thick air.
This is lovely! I spent some portion of several summers with cousins in La.
Barbara — La is a beautiful state.
Aww! Sounds like he was walkin’ on sunshine and feeling fine. I enjoyed this, Quilly. Now I’ll have to visit you again to see what you write like when snarky!
Have a great week.
Michael — just stick around for the MFMs, you’ll find out!
Oh, this is SO cute, Quilly! I love it. I always look forward to reading your Microfiction Monday stories.
Pat — thank you. what a sweet thing to say. I love reading the MFM stories, too. We are all so alike and so very different.
Ah, the joys of skinny foot walking…Thanks for dropping by to read my 140 Hope your week goes well
John — hmm, I wonder if they were headed to the pond to take everything else off, too?
Ahhhh! Too sweet. My favorite yet. :O)
Diane — thanks. I’ve read so many great stories this week I can only assume you’ve come here early.
Sounds like heaven!
Susan — first love usually is. Later it always gets complicated ….
Walkin’ on air describes very nicely the idea of falling in love! Clever and cute 140!
Jean — well, don’t you think they look a little light on their feet? I do!
I love this picture this week. Love is blooming all over blogger!
…and I loved your comment on my blog .. You’re the best!
Thank you for that.
Peggy — I call’em the way I see them! No thanks necessary.
Very sweet. Nothing like that walking on air feeling. Lovely.
SeptemberMom — indeed. If only it would last.
Thanks Quilly for the drop by to my place over the hills
This was a sweet hand holding tale. All they needed was moonlight *smiles*
great to meet ya
I think they both appear to be floating on air. Having lived along the gulf in summer, walking on air is quite possible, as thick as it gets lol.
nice MFM 🙂
Hi Quilly – Love your take on this. Well done. I live in the South (Georgia) and can attest to how pleasant a mid-summer walk in Dixie can be!
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