Heavenly Helen: Friday Heaven or Hel-eneers

Helen in heaven? Read on…

Friday Fictioneers – is a fiction. It’s every day.
Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.

This week it’s: biographical, tender, loving, respectful, humor

Copyright - Douglas M. MacIlroy

Copyright – Douglas M. MacIlroy

Heavenly Helen

How do you like being up here, Helen?

I usually ask the questions.

Relax, Helen.

Funny having my head in the clouds. I’m used to my feet firmly planted on the ground.

You’ve accomplished much.

I worked hard. It wasn’t easy being a woman.

You’ve much to be proud of.

Thank you. It was fun, exciting, and hell.

We don’t use that word up here, Helen.

Sorry. I also want to say that I regret my comments on the Middle East. But I do sincerely wish that there was peace there.

You’re forgiven.

Thank you. With your permission, I’d like to say my famous last line one more time.

By all means, Helen.

Thank you, Mr. President.

I’m God, Helen. Thank you God.
 
 
Randy Mazie
 
 

Helen Thomas, b. August 4, 1920 d. July 20, 2013
Among so many other things, she was the first female member of the White House press corps and the UPS’s first female White House Bureau Chief

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31 thoughts on “Heavenly Helen: Friday Heaven or Hel-eneers

  1. This is truly hilarious What I particularly liked was your last line, ” I’m God, Helen. Thank you God.”

    As Bast says in Patrick Rothfuss’ ‘The Name of the Wind”, ” We all become what we pretend to be.”

    Shakti

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