Gertie And Morris in a “Slice of Type” only on Friday Fictioneers

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No, it’s not exactly a ribbon cutting event, but…

Morris Buys a Watermelon: The Continuing Adventures Only on Friday Fictioneers

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Morris schlepps Gertie to a seedy part of town for a bargain. But will it be more than he bargained for?

Gertie and Morris On Stage: The Continuing Adventures Only on Friday Fictioneers

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Morris is hungry for theater. Gertie is hungry, well, for pastrami?

Brothers: Friday Fictioneers

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Brothers, siblings, rivals. Always teasing, testing the limits, manipulating. Like some adults we know? Even countries? Presidents, too? OK. So how will this one end?

The Adventures of Jim and Henrietta and Her Amazing Bone Crushing Headache Machine: Friday Fictioneers

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Love means helping one another. Sometimes, preferably, from far away…

Solutions; Or, What Jon Does When Sandra Prattles Forever On About Something or Other … Friday Fictioneers

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Love and marriage. The world and casual couple conversations. Politics and practical polemics. Solutions and ….

An Artist’s Path to the Sea: Friday Fictioneers

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Some people see things where others don’t, some people create things where others don’t see them, and then some people just don’t create or see, but they like to go to the sea…

A Hot Topic: Friday Fictioneers

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Love can be a hot topic at any age. Let’s listen in on octogenarians Adeline and Jack discuss their latest attempts at how to make one of their favorite meals. Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a … Continue reading

The Coupler: Friday Fictioneers

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Things are connected in many ways. But sometimes, connections can kill… Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about. This week it’s about how important things, not only in a family’s history, but how … Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Never Forgotten

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This week’s photo challenge from The Daily Post is: Gone, But Never Forgotten. You can’t see my father in his wheelchair here. We took this shot obviously from behind. My father had Alzheimer’s and was being cared for in an … Continue reading

When The Kids Move Out: Limerick Off Monday

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Ever wonder what life will be like when the kids move out? Don’t be fooled by that illusion. When it is said that something’s too good to be true, well, you know the truth, it’s too good to be true…

A Novel In Search of an Author: Friday Desktioneers

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When everybody in the family wants you to do something, sometimes you just have to man up and do it. Even if you don’t know what it is you have to do or, in this case, how to even do … Continue reading

Entrees, Like Revenge, May Be Served Cold: Limerick Off Monday

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Limerick Post (Limerick-Off Monday) of MAD KANE’S HUMOR BLOG challenges readers/writers to write, obviously, LIMERICKS! This week’s suggested first line that I chose was: When the entrée arrived, it was cold…   Entrees, Like Revenge, May Be Served Cold When … Continue reading

Sam and Martha Debate Environmental Issues at Home: Friday Fictioneers Served Up Luke Warm on Monday (Better Late Than Liver)

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Home is where the heat is…

This Was a No Dream, Becky Friday Fictioneers

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With ten uncles and aunts, I was part of a large Jewish family. Fortunately, I grew up in New York City; they, for the most part, lived in a small coal mining town in Pennsylvania. An unlikely place for a … Continue reading

Two Old Humorists Feeding the Birds and Talking in the Park

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Sometimes people shut you out of their lives, and sometimes writing is a way to work it out for yourself…