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Friday Fictioneers – “The Marian Kind” – Humorous – PG13

Just a note to say that WordPress tells me that today is my 5th Anniversary on this site.  When I look back and think over the years, I have changed so much and done so much and a lot of it is thanks to Friday Fictioneers which was my first weekly prompt endeavor.  Thanks all who have been and are a part of my life here!!!

Rochelle brings us Friday Fictioneers.  Make a story from the prompt in 100 +/- words.  That’s it! My addition is below.  The rest of the stories can be found > HERE < Enjoy!!!

Source: PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright – Randy Mazie Reuse license assumed. Click pic for page.

“The Marian Kind”

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Marian walked outside the library and over to the man lying on the grass.

“Sir?”

“Ma’am, is this Iowa?”

“Yes,” she looked strangely at him.

“And, are you Marian, the librarian?”

She nodded.

“I am here to start a boys’ band in your town!”

“And, I suppose you graduated from Gary, Indiana?”

“Why yes, I did indeed!  I’m Professor Har…”

“Yeah, yeah.  Beat it, Hill.  I will tell you the same thing I told the guy in tights with the bow and arrows last week:  wrong Marian, wrong time…stupid wormhole. ”

She walked away leaving the man looking after her…

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Namaste,

Scott

Friday Fictioneers – Tired of It All – PG13 Humerous

Rochelle brings us Friday Fictioneers.  My story below; the rest are > HERE < Enjoy!!!

Source: PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright – Claire Fuller Reuse License assumed. Click pic for page.

Tired of It All

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 Words

Smittee walked to the front of the mechanics garage, the cover for the local chop shop, and inspected the work going on. Currently, there were twelve autos having various operations run on them.

The pile of leftovers out back was ridiculous and Smittee had no idea what to do about them. Then he had an idea.

Two weeks later all the leftovers had been removed, taken to the park, and turned into the newest (and baddest) children’s play area. It was complete with tire tunnels and muffler stairs.

Who in the world thought that crime did not pay? Smittee smiled.

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Namaste,

Scott

Friday Fictioneers – “Just One Thing…” Pg13 Humorous

Rochelle runs Friday Fictioneers wonderfully well.  My story follows the photo prompt.  The rest are > HERE < Enjoy!!!

Source: PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright – Jean L. Hays Click on Pic for Page Reuse License Assumed.

Just One Thing

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

“It looks wonderful, Jacob!” Toby was all smiles as he appreciatively looked over his friend’s new find. It was an early model automobile all decked out with a scoop shovel at the front and a digger at the back. “You won’t ever have to worry about getting stuck in the snow now!”

Toby instantly regretted that remark as he realized how little snow fell in this area each year. Getting stuck in snow would not happen anyway.

Jacob’s face fell even lower. “Not the problem,” he stated.

“What?”

“Look under the hood.”

Toby did. The lack of engine looked back.

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Namaste,

Scott

Friday Fictioneers – Halloween is Everywhere – Humorous PG13

Rochelle ends October with the picture prompt below for our 100 +/- word stories for Friday Fictioneers. Mine follows the pic. The rest are > HERE < Enjoy!!!

Source: PHOTO PROMPT-Copyright-Melanie Greenwood Reuse permission assumed. Click pic for page.

Halloween is Everywhere

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 Words

Mareelin and Timothe entered the small courtyard.

“What a miserable assignment for Halloween.”

“It’s adorable.”

“Yeah,” said Timothe, “That’s what I mean.”

“Well, it will sort itself out. After all, it is Halloween.”

“I suppose. We can start, I guess, by talking to the sweet couple.”

“What couple, Tim?” Mareelin looked puzzled.

“That quaint couple sitting in the chairs at the table.” Timothe pointed.

“Dear, there’s no one there.”

“Well,” said Tim looking at the smiling couple in the Victorian aged garb, “I guess I know right where we can start for a great Halloween story!”

The couple smiled again.

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Namaste,

Scott

Friday Fictioneers – Picture of the Present – Apocalyptic Fiction – PG13

Rochelle Friday Fictioneers – Mine below – rest > HERE < You get the idea…now, enjoy!

Source: PHOTO PROMPT Copyright- The Reclining Gentleman Click on pic for page

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Picture of the Present

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Perry stopped to look at the long table of pictures set up in front of the scene. The first showed the lake in all its glory spread to the winds, the picturesque nature all around. The scenes then progressed, showing the lake as a few homes went up, then a dock, pier, buildings, a small town, big town, now a city, on and on, until now.

Perry picked up his satchel, took out his brush and paints, and began. It was so difficult to paint the current scene, so much had happened since the last war, not enough brown paint…

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Namaste,

Scott

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