Jay and Hector’s Day at the Museum: Friday Fictioneers

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholders and a good cup of coffee always helps the eyes…

Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.

This week it is:

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot

Jay and Hector’s Day at the Museum

Isn’t that sumptin’?
What is it?
Dunno. Beautiful.
Maybe a security device?
I suppose.
You know old Judge Roy’s son created something like this on the steps of the courthouse
           for his sister’s sweet 16 party.
Now that you say that, it reminds me of the Town Square’s Christmas lights.
And it looks like snow flakes.
Hey, let’s go down to that café in the basement and get some java.
Coffee‘ll stimulate our brains. Maybe some other ideas will come to mind.
Or, it’ll make me go the bathroom.
Ha. That’s where I do my best thinking.
Thinking? – or stinking thinking?
Very funny.

Randy Mazie


36 thoughts on “Jay and Hector’s Day at the Museum: Friday Fictioneers

  1. Dear Randy,

    Funny how one thought leads to another. I raise my coffee mug and shout, “Caffeine, it’s what’s for breakfast!” I went to the KC Art Institute learning what art is…and that’s a nuther story. Fun stuff.



  2. I think, and I have said this before, your left the “f” off the word and all you have is “art.”
    Funny stuff, Randy. A salute to stinking thinking — especially since coffee and I don;t seem to get along in the stomach area.

    • So we are all in good company when it comes to bathroom creative processes.
      But how many of us record those gems on the bathroom walls?
      BR WALL art is another more intimate form of street art and should be recognized as such!


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