Flash Fiction learning that the heart of writing is imagination + craft + editing.
You funny Valentine, you! Today your microfiction is like opening a heart-shaped box of candy and knowing exactly which chocolate to pick! And, if you're listening out there, take a lesson, Forrest Gump.Thanks for the sweet chuckle!Happy Valentine's Day,SparkleFarkle
Happy Valentine's Day a little early...as I will be at work for most of it.As usual, your words are a treat!
Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz? I hear Dot's a bit loony. He's better off with the nurse-type girl.Love the conversation bubbles for your MM!
This will take it's course just like everything else in the world....
I think that guy by himself is smirking. What does he know about Dorothy that we don't, hummm?
Then she shall have a devoted friend and shopping companion.
So, so clever ... a friend of 'Dorothy' indeed! LOL, I loved it, well done :o)
The course of true love never did run smooth;But, either it was different in blood...Well done!
Brilliant! - but wouldn't a true friend tell?
I would like to know about Dorothy too.Last I saw her she was with Toto.Good one!
Love is blind, right??!?!? :O)
Oh, yes! Love is indeed blind!!! What a fun take for the day! Happy Valentine's Day!Sylvia
I'm sure Dorothy could use a good 'friend' at some point! Good one this week. Cheers~
Now Dorothy, if I remember correctly, did some crazy imagining, so maybe this girl would be better! Good one.
LOL Very well done! I've said it before, must say it again...I love the bubbles!
Clever alterations on the prompt! :)
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.