Friday Fictioneers – The Roar of the Sheep

Ah, Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields is a trip to the land of imagination.  The 100 word (more or less) stories based on the photo below can be found > HERE <.  Do read mine following the pic!  Enjoy!!!

PHOTO PROMPT Copyright-Sandra Crook

The Roar of the Sheep

By Scott L Vannatter (100 words)

Joseph turned the steering wheel sharply to the right. The sheep continued on their lazy way making travel on the lonely dirt road nearly impossible.

Jacob was fascinated. He viewed the entire debacle as a tour de force of nature, thinking the entire trip pleasurable and worthwhile.

The two were having a bit of a problem getting along.

“You are doing well,” Jacob stated. “They aren’t pulling the wool over your eyes!”

Joseph groaned. “You are making this very difficult.”

“No, ewe are,” he snorted, caught up in the whole thing.

Joseph remained silent, afraid of what he might do.

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Namaste,

Scott

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