Gertie And Morris Try a Little Tenderness: Only on Friday Fictioneers

It’s not exactly Italy, but…

Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about. This week’s photo is:


Gertie And Morris Try a Little Tenderness

Gertie, I know you wanted to travel to Rome and throw those coins in the Trevi Fountaine.
I did, Morris. I really did.
What with the coronavirus and travel restrictions…
I know, Morris.
I thought at least for today. Mr. Moriyaki’s garden…
Would suffice, Morris?
Yeah, and I’ll take you to Rome next year.
I get it, Morris. I really get it. You know I love you. You really are a mensch.
Thanks, Gertie. And I promise no more watermelon buying trips.

Randy Mazie


30 thoughts on “Gertie And Morris Try a Little Tenderness: Only on Friday Fictioneers

    • Morris says, While he appreciates you sensitivity and sensibility to the future, one cannot hold back promises of sentiment in the present.

      Gertie says, Doesn’t Morris just wax poetic when he’s in his romantic mood. I just love this man to pieces sometimes, watermelons or not.

      Good luck with the pandemic.
      But love, too, is worldwide.

    • I’m sorry, but I do not use a pen. Have you not heard of a computer? And I actually use a voice-to-text program – which I am happy to report today keeps me socially distanced, so you and i are both safe virus-speakingly (I hope).

      Thanks for commenting. It was quite pen-sive.

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