Flash Fiction learning that the heart of writing is imagination + craft + editing.
Tch, tch, Cora the tease.I think I hear an Irish accent.
Cora is a little minx, isn't she!I think Pat's right, an Irish lass for sure.
ROFL! Excellent and I thought mine was riske! ;O)
Mama knew best when she said always to wear clean underpants.
A girl's gotta plan for either way.... :O)
@Pat You do indeed
@Madeleine Oh what's a pair of knickers among friends!
@Peggy She wants to make sure he doesn't get away!
@the replicant and whose going to argue with Mama
@Doctor FTSE the only way
@Diane to be sure that's true
Irish lass without a doubt! Got to have those clean drawers! Makes it worth the effort! Have a great week!Sylvia
I could hear the Irish accent as wellwell done :)
@Dianne ah sure this is so!
@Sylvia K An Irish Lass knows where to find the wind...
LOL My fave MF by far today. Thanks for making me laugh!
This one made me giggle out loud! Thanks for that.
I loved this! Very funny!
Good one! Have a great week ahead. Cheers!
@hopetis the sound of God to hear a laugh
@Lisa Ricard Claro Ah, it's the way to a girls heart to be sure
@sylviamorice and the top of the day to you
@Susan Fobes Thank you, much appeciated
Lovely - just saucy and flirtatious ENOUGH!
@SouthLakesMomof course as what sort of boy do you take me for!
She's a smart girl all right!http://gaelikaa-writeaway.blogspot.com/2010/12/washing-day-microfiction-monday-61.html
Yes, always be prepared... :)
Welcome and thanks for dropping in. I'll pop by yours by and by. This blog was inspired by First 50 words where you freewrite from a single word prompt. I use random words or images to create flash fiction in formats ranging from twitter postcards to short short stories.