Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Succintly Yours

Yeagar* braked, water thrusters ON. Only a dribble of water came out. An isolated crash for sure!
Then, thank Goodness, hands from his Angel!
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140 words counted and spell checked by MicroSoft Word.

µ-fiction Stories Copyright © 2014 Jimmiehov, All Rights Reserved

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- Picture prompt and Word of the Week, isolate, were furnished by GMa -
- GMa's
Succinctly Yours Week 179 has links to other writers' posts and gives the rules -
- Rules: Use the photo as inspiration for a story. Maximum of 140 characters OR 140 words

* Fictional person, no relation to Chuck Yeager, famed test pilot.  Also, in the 1980s, he was prominently featured in Tom Wolfe's book The Right Stuff and in its 1983 film adaptation, in which he has a cameo role as bartender Fred." (link)
- Until it burned, the bar, called "The Outpost Tavern," was a prominent hangout for the astronauts and flight controllers.  My retirement group, Philco (Ford) Tech Rep, met there for a luncheon once a month (picture and my blog article link)  .
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Hari OM
Hehehe, glad you clarified - I was getting worried that Chuckie had landed in the drink... YAM xx
I love a good ending.

Have a fabulous day Jim. My best to Mrs. Jim. ☺
I am so glad those hands were there - hello how are you?
Very clever!

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