It is that time of the week again when Rochelle Wisoff-Fields,our wonderful hostess at FF ,posts the picture prompt.The challenge is to write a 100 word flash ficion based on that picture.Now Rochelle herself sets the ball rolling with a fantastic spin herself.This in turn sends around 100 writers from all over the world,scurrying for their muse and their magic quills and the fun begins:-)What?You don’t believe me?Ok,head over to her site(http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/friday-fictioneers-2/) and read for yourself.
Here is the picture prompt for this week by Jean L.Hays.
Copyright- Jean L. Hays
Am off to spin my tale.This week sadly am not going to be able to read any of the entries because tomorrow am travelling to my home town for a 3 day reunion bash with my (school) class mates and will be having no access to net(no time too) till I return on the 26th,So wishing all my friends,readers and followers at FF a very cheerful and happy festive season,God bless you all:-)
A renowned marine biologist.
She was 30, successful, surrounded by people but lonely.
A struggling artist.
He was 22, a high school dropout with no money, yet happy.
A chance meeting at a stained glass exhibition led to love.
Mismatched, some said.
Odd couple said others.
When they decided to tie the knot, few gave their marriage more than six months.
I was one of the few.
Today, 35 years later, my wife Millie and me, look at the stained Glass door and smile.
It was my first job and it gave me more than I had ever dreamt of.
(102 words including the title)