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FRIDAY FICTIONEERS- Fleeting Moment.

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Friday Fictioneers–given by

Rochelle Wisoff-Field

 

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Fleeting Moment.

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They were coming back from a week-long holiday, which he could not enjoy due to work pressure back at office. But to please her he had to go.

She complained,

‘Why you are always in a hurry? Why don’t you enjoy the ride?’

He retorted We have enjoyed enough’

‘Hey! just stop , I have to take a photograph’

‘No way, I have to attend an important meeting ‘

‘I have to reach there faaaaaaaaaaaaast—————-

‘I wish you had listened to me. Now we have nowhere to go and no one to meet.’

( This is my first attempt at Friday fictioneers, hope the message is clear.)

About Indira

I knew all along that life is about, love, compassion, compatibility and friendship, but now I have discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged. So here I am with my blogs about life, friendship, love, and whatever life has taught me.

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  1. Dear Indira,

    I’m happy you decided to participate this week. Thanks again for allowing us to use your photos.

    Your dialogue was as fast paced as the prompt. However, I’ll admit to getting a little lost in the conversation as to who was saying what.

    I encourage you to link your story into the list for more reads.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  3. Interesting. The photo is fascinating. Maybe we can here the real story behind how that was taken🙂

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  4. loved it , and its scary the number of rash drivers on the road, every one is in so much hurry, they don’t mind risking theirs and others lives in this race to reach the destination

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  6. Great effort, Indira. Glad you participated. I couldn’t find the link to log in. Mine is here – http://awaywithwordsblog.com/2013/06/28/friday-fiction-nowhere-to-go/

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  7. Nowhere to go and no one to meet – if that is what I think that is – they are lucky, in a sense.

    Keep at it Indira, and you will get better with every new flash fiction.

    Cheers,
    Eric

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  8. Welcome, that’s a good start, and a great photo for us this week. Well done on both counts.

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  11. Hello, Indira!

    Thanks for your photo. It inspired a lot of stories! Tale a look at them and you’ll see how a lot of us did it in 100 words. I’m looking forward to your unique perspectives, too! If you’d like help, Rochelle is GREAT at feedback and you can enlist my help and many others should you need it.

    Welcome!

    Kent
    (wmqcolby.wordpress)

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  12. A meeting may take place – but not as planned!🙂

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  13. Indira, thanks for your second photo and for participating with a story this week. Hope you’re enjoying being part of the Fictioneers group.

    janet

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  15. Dear indira,

    Thank you for the marvelous picture and welcome to Friday Fictioneers.

    Aloha,

    Doug

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  16. Wonderful photo for us this week – thank you! And I loved your offering – we are always rushing…

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  17. welcome! and thank you for the awesome photo and yes, i enjoyed reading your story. sounds like a real conversation between me and my boyfriend.lol ^^

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  18. Thanks, Indira. I am so glad you joined us. Yes, I understood and enjoyed the story.
    Scott

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