Something Decent – Friday Fictioneers

Being somewhat new to the blogging my fiction game, I’ve been dipping in and out to find other bloggers entering into the same exciting world. I found Rochelle Wisoff-Fields a few days ago and loved her Friday Fictioneers challenge. Use the photo as inspiration, write a hundred(ish) words – and share! Here goes – and I welcome your comments!

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Copyright - Sarah Anne Hall

Copyright – Sarah Ann Hall

Something Decent

“No, no, NO!”

I surveyed the incandescent woman before me, replacing her carefully coiffed hair and perfect make up with my small niece’s tousled  mop and shiny red face. It saved me from retaliating. I would never smack Annabelle, even at her most tantrum-like. This woman, well…

“I. Asked. You. To. Show. Me. Something. Decent!”

She punctuated each word with a sharp jab of her index finger into my chest.

I sighed.

“This is my house, my front garden. I’m just collecting the paperwork for the next property. I’m sure you will fall in love with it.”

That shut her up.

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17 thoughts on “Something Decent – Friday Fictioneers

      1. The picture’s posted early Wednesday morning and then you can post your story as soon after that as you get it done. People post from Wednesday until the page closes, the following Tuesday, I think. Join in. It’s fun.

        janet

  1. Dear Freya,
    First, welcome to Friday Fictioneers. Warning! It’s an addiction for many of us, myself included.
    Loved the way your real estate agent imagined someone else in the client’s place to be able to deal with her. Inventive lady.
    Shalom,
    Rochelle

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