Friday Fictioneers – A Season Out of Time – Humorous – Rated PG

Rochelle gives us Friday Fictioneers.  This week’s picture prompt is below, followed by my contribution.  Read the rest of them > HERE < Enjoy!

A Season Out of Time

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 Words

Henry looked at the truck in the parking lot. The first thing you noticed was the vines growing up through the grillwork and on up into the wipers. This, of course, made Henry curious.

He freaked right off, looking around him for zombies. Apparently, he decided he had watched too many movies as others were walking around without concern.

Then he thought of wild plant attacks. That idea left when he realized this was the only plant affected and it had not tried to kill him.

Finally, he saw the note from Tom’s garage about towing. Man, are they slow!

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Namaste,

Scott

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