Friday Fictioneers – “Who Woulda Thought?” – Genre: fiction (Rated PG13)

Friday Fictioneers – “Who Woulda Thought?” – Genre: fiction (Rated PG13)

“Who Woulda Thought?”

By Scott L Vannatter

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Who woulda thought?

Hal had brought in the beautiful flowers he had purchased for Easter.  He decided to give them to Lilly, his secretary, after work.  He hoped she would take them home and think of him.

It had not worked out that way.  He had taken them to her desk after the others had left and given them to her with a smile.  Her reaction had been immediate.  Her entire being radiated, and she ran to embrace him.

Now, they were going to have to sort through and find their clothes on his office carpet.  Good thing…the door?…the custodian!

 

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Namaste,

Scott

 

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