Sunday, September 15, 2013

Succinctly Yours

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Two boys. The smaller had the advantage of having luminous shoes. That didn't stop the older from trying to emulate little brother's antics.

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- Picture prompt donated by Pat and
Word of the Week: luminous  furnished by GMa -
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GMa's Succinctly Yours Week 130 has links to other posts and gives the rules -
- Rules: Use the photo as inspiration for a story. Maximum of 140 characters OR 140 words -

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Simple narration and effectively done! Wonderful write Dr Jim!

Hank
 
Well little boys do like to run!
 
Bigger siblings have the duty to ask proper as the younger ones are always following their lead. Good job, Jim.
 
and when the older one emulates the almost always naughtier younger one.. that means ---trouble..:)
 
Great use of the word luminous.

Have a terrific day. :)
 
An illuminating tale. As for the antics of boys, I'll quote my Grandpa:
One boy works like one boy.
Two boys work like half a boy.
Three boys work like no boys at all.


P.S. I heard him say this for years and never heard anyone else say it. Just now, I decided to google it and found that it's a Chinese proverb! I'm still going to give my Grandpa the credit.
 
Luminous shoes must be magical! I like the sibling rivalry aspect...very cute, Jim!

That's my youngest son, Tim, when he was about 8 years old, doing the long jump.

I recall doing a SY story for this a few years ago.
 
Great photo fun! I may have to check out the SY and Word of the Week too.
 
Is he doing a long jump, Dr Jim? :)
 

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