Friday Fictioneers-The Meeting

Christmas is the time to let your heart do the thinking.-Patricia Clafford

Special thanks to Rochelle for the prompt for November 30, 2012. This story makes me giddy. Not sure why, but I sure do like it. Hope that you do too. Have a good one my sweet readers and followers.

Love, Sparkly Girl

Cars pass by on the busy street. Christmas lights gleam in the waning of the day. Shoppers scurry around him. He waits to meet her. Till tonight it was texts and phantom voices over cell phones. They long for the safety of each other. The familiar. Yet they’re strangers with the passage of time. He looks down the sidewalk. Β Sees her striding toward him. Her hair haloed by the lights of the season. She sees him. Her smile broadens. Anxieties disappear as they embrace. She pulls back, looks up at him and says, “it was always supposed to be you.”

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48 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers-The Meeting

  1. HI Renee,
    nice one.. this has the feel of the start of a chapter or story, certainly I think there is more fo this story to come.
    I like how you have written this so that we can use our imagination as to the next part πŸ™‚
    Hope you have a good day too Sparkly ( like the pics at the top of your blog :-))
    love n hugs
    xxx

    • Hey there my friend. Thanks for the kind words. How are you?????

      I only get 100 words so I have to make them count. πŸ™‚ Glad you liked it.

      Have a great day yourself.

      Mwah!

      • Ahhh, I didn’t understand the rules.. even better then that you’ve managed to get all this over is such a limited amount of words.. clever!
        I’m ok thanks, I’ve got a chest infection and cough that I’ve had for a few weeks now, so I got prescribed anti biotics ( 3 lots now ) and a chest xray ( worrying- but that’s come back clear which is a relief) and an inhaler!!
        First time in my life i’ve had one, WTF???

        If this 3rd lot of A/b’s dont get rid of the infection I’m not really sure what the next step will be, super dupery strong a/b’s that make my hair fall out and want to take a shit all the time ?? :-)… better stock up on the bog paper and some plastic bags just in case , ha ha 😦
        I’m on a voyage through the Rendevous to try and catch up from the last week coz you write so much, so I’ll no doubt be seeing you again soon πŸ™‚
        Mwahh right back at ya babe
        xxx

      • Oh my dear friend, get better soon. Please. Didn’t mean to write so much. Just felt a little passionate this week is all. Need to step back and write a book. Soon.

    • Hey Renee,
      dont ever apologise for writing so much, it’s a part of you and what you do…plus you’re a really good read ( if you know what I mean) you always put a smile on my face. πŸ™‚
      I’ll do my best renee honest, this is the worst illness I’ve had in a long time so I’ve been lucky really, pretty health apart from a being a bit overweight, but I have my reasons for that, and one day will return to the ( semi) slim, svelte figure I once had HA HA HA!!!
      I agree about the book though, can’t wait for that πŸ™‚
      You keep writing Renee, we’ll keep reading, thanks xxx

      • Thank you honey. Get better. I’ll keep writing. Promise. Glad you’re here. Stick around. Who knows what I have up my sleeve in the new year. πŸ˜‰

      • If it’s anything like blue sapphires I dont think I’ll get to the end!
        just to drag the tone down a bit, are you familiar with the term ” Wizards Sleeve” ?
        xxx

      • I just looked it up on Urban Dictionary. I remember it from the movie Borat too. Nice and dirty, I gotta say. Giggle. Did you read part I of Blue Sapphires? There will be a part 3. Not sure when, but soon.

  2. so the question becomes, are they sneaking around or did they recently leave or lose their partner before reconnecting? either way, it’s passionate. well done.

    • The beautiful thing about it being limited to 100 words is it’s open to interpretation. You can make up your own story. I can make up mine. I already know the story though. And I’ll never tell it. Giggle. Thanks for the comment and the follow. I’ll be sure to follow you.

    • For some reason your comment ended up in my spam mail. I made sure to fix that. Thank you so much for your kind comment. Keep reading me honey. I hope you find other stories just as inviting.

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