Sunday, May 06, 2012

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Rose gave her daughter another once-over lookover. She wasn't liking what she was seeing.

Honey dear, you should lay off those pecan tarts.

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Tilly Bell saw her mama giving her scowls.

What had she done wrong now?
Not just because you kill the pet cat and hide it under the house?

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140 Characters each as counted by Design 215

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© 2012 Jimmiehov
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°Written for Succinctly Yours – Week 59
°The word of the week, 'impetus', and the picture were selected by
Grandma.
°It's posted on her blog,
Grandma's Goulash
°Her Rules: Use the photo as inspiration for a story of 140 characters OR 140 words. It doesn’t have to be exactly 140, just not more.
°Using the word of the week is not required. This week I elected not to use it, sort of.
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Comments:
You have me confused! lol. Why give up pecan pies? Yum
sandie
 
This one is a bit on the tough side for me too.

Leaves Jim's blog with head hung low. :)
 
Oh, do I sense a touch of the dark side here? :-)
 
There are always wonders of awe in your blog posts, Dr Jim :)
 
Oh dear, not the cat!
Sad, Jim, sad.
K
 
Hmmm ok, at first I wasn't sure what was going on...lol. This might be kind of fun, might have to join in. I lost track of a lot of friends from Flashbacks also. You should join us with Wednesday Hodgepodge, some of them play that one. Just found that corgi when doing the a to z challenge. Hope life has been treating you good! And yes the sore shoulder is from the pacemaker replacement actually it is sorer from the bandage and tape that the surgery itself. go figure... lol Really good to hear from you. take care
until next time... nel
 
I noticed the little girl's tummy, too--she'll have to wear a corset later...poor thing.

I liked the dark humor of your second story. I enjoyed them both.
 
nice to visit here, mr. jim, u write so well..
 
Poor, poor kitty!
 
I was hoping that the little girls tummy wasn't what it looked like, but just made to look larger by the style of her garment, but the kitty. Please don't go there. We love our kitties.

I like your poetry blog. :-)
 
Rose's daughter will probably have eating issues in adulthood. As for Tilly Bell, she'll become a psychopath! :D Enjoyed them both, Jim, but number two is my favorite.

Hope you are enjoying the time with your grandchildren.
 

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