Sunday, November 17, 2013

Succinctly Yours

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Abel was showing off big-time, a hero coming back from Florida in the wintertime.

A gimmick? I hear he has bullet holes in his rear fenders!

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- Picture prompt donated by Pat and
Word of the Week: gimmick furnished by GMa -
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GMa's Succinctly Yours Week 139 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
Note:  This story is supposed to be fiction but I did use a personal experience for my writing.  Back in my original single days I had a friend, not Abel, who did this.  Very soon afterwards he had the one-too-many Nebraska speeding ticket so he moved to Kansas City to start a new life.  I haven't heard from him since nor is he on Facebook that I can find.

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Hopefully Abel didn't become transparent too, like our star here?
 
Abel is also the name of one of my child's classmate, Dr Jim :)
 
You made me laugh, Jim! Abel must have driven through Gainesville, FL, to get those bullet holes.
 
hello my friend , mr. jim! so nice to see that you are keeping your blog up!..i have been very bad that way and i even missed your birthday this year, something i never did before!....i am going to have to smarten up and start to put in a post once in a while....mr. jim do you and mrs jim and katrina have skype....let me know, ok because i had the privilege of finally seeing my felisol and talking to her and so did mom and dad golden!...catch you later...love terry
 
That's funny. Leaving a state to avoid paying speeding tickets.
 
No Vanessa, he had one too many. It was to keep driving, get a Kansas license.
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