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Friday Fictioneers ~~ Feb 28, 2014


Write a one hundred word story that has a beginning, middle and an end. (No one will be ostracized for going a few words over the count.)



Thank you Rochelle for another great Friday Fictioneers. If you want to see what the Friday Fictioneers is all about click here. If you want to read other great stories based on the same picture, click here.

Copyright -Sandra Crook
Copyright -Sandra Crook


Genre: Literary Fiction (98 words)

“The hay is making me sneeze!”

“Hush Hanna! The driver will hear you.”

Aaaachoooo! Mica the hay is driving me crazy! It itches too!”

“Would you rather have walked to town?”

“When Papa finds out we’ve run away to get married, he is going to be so angry.”

“Once we are man and wife, Hanna it won’t make any difference.”

“You are right, I will stop complaining.”

“We are almost there Hanna. Once the tractor slows be careful jumping down. Soon we will be man and wife.”

Once down, they heard a voice………

“Well daughter, what have you to say for yourself?”


54 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers ~~ Feb 28, 2014

  1. Dude, your page looks so legit right now. Can I brag here? Seriously, I refreshed the page just now because I had the window open still from your last page, and wow. I hope it works for ya!



  2. Your site looks GREAT!! And the story was unexpected to start with and then the father appears! But we can always make up a happy ending πŸ™‚


  3. uh-oh… i guess Papa’s one step ahead.(or behind.) too bad for the couple. but i suppose they’re to young anyway so he might be doing them a favor πŸ™‚ great story. also, the blog looks fantastic. πŸ™‚


      1. I have a feeling it was the hay that got them there in the first place. Fun story, Jackie!

        I’m not sure I’m replying in the right box. My computer is ill today.


          1. Yes I gave him some idea of what I wanted in it, he did the rest. I love the details he puts in, like the coffee cup and pencil holder. Those were his ideas there.


  4. Congratulations on the new blog–great look. As far as Papa goes, he is a determined man. And he might be right–Mica sounds awfully anxious to get married–is he after Hanna or her dowry?


  5. That’ll teach them to jump on any passing tractor. I wouldn’t want to talk my way out of this one.


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