Friday Fictioneers

Friday Fictioneers rides again–and I get to play this week 🙂 As always, we are led by Rochelle–I do believe leading the roundup is much like the photo below! (especially as we try to keep our stories at 100 words) Thanks to Sandra for the photo this week; and be sure to check out her story and all the others HERE.

“Oh no, no,” Sandy mumbled as she looked at the open gate. And the empty pen beyond. Not a sheep in sight.

“No, oh no, no,” she chanted again as she turned south to scan the pastures.  Hoping that the sheep were wandering back to the grassland her dad  had brought them in from for shearing.

Sandy had fed them last night, but she hurried, needing to get to the dance. Christina wasn’t going to hog Jason  again. She hadn’t checked the lock.

And now the sheep were gone.

“Ooooh, no, no no!” she moaned as she trudged back to the house.

(102)

 

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  1. At least Jason was saved… Now it’s time to search for sheep.

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  2. I’m sure everything is going to be just fine…. Fun story. 🙂

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  3. Oh no should have checked that gate I guess. But I think she will go anyways. Jason seems to be th priority lol.

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  4. Dear Samantha,

    I hope Sandy at least got to dance with Jason. 😉 I think she’s going to have some ‘splaining to do.

    Re your intro. A friend of mine suggested that facilitating Friday Fictioneers is akin to herding cats. 😉 Thank you for your perception.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  5. Whoops! Have a feeling she’s gonna get ‘the talk.’

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