Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Monday PhotoPrompt: Trifecta

(Thanks to Arleen at Starting Over, Accepting Changes- Maybe for sharing this lovely photo of her daughter)



"I'm up here! I thought you were right behind me. What's taking so long?"




                                       (Thanks to Susan at thecontemplativecat)                                                       


 "Sorry darling, I seem to have lost my contact. Ah here it is! I'll be joining you shortly!"


 Henry arrives out of breath, as Ilana shoots him an evil look. "Didn't you bring the water bottles? I put you in charge of one thing...."

"Please forgive me my pet. I will climb back down the mountain and bring it to you."

Ilana shouts after him, "And don't forget my hiking boots. I don't know how I made it up here without them. Oh, I could also use a snack. Something sweet, no salty. Better yet, make it a combination."


Henry pants, "Anything for my beautiful bride."

Then Ilana suddenly remembers, "The twins! Where are the twins?"
                                                       
                                                               


 
                          (Thanks to Delores at thefeatherednest)
                                                    


Henry turns to find another woman halfway down the mountain. "Mother, what are you doing here?"

"Of course I couldn't trust my scatterbrained son and his nitwit wife to take care of my granddaughters. They're playing with their dollies at the base of the mountain. I've had it up to here with you! Once and for all, you're going to have to find a job, and stop mooching off of me! It's time you got your own trailer home, so that my boyfriend and I can finally have a little privacy!"  With that, she grabbed her cane, and stormed off of the mountain.
                      
It's never too late to join in Monday PhotoPrompts. Thanks again to Arleen, Susan, and Delores.
                                                                                                                                                   

30 comments:

  1. Thanks Alex!

    Angela - I just read your wonderful letter, and hope you reconcile with your friend. Thanks Angela!

    Delores - Thanks for creating PhotoPrompt Monday, and for continuing to inspire me! Julie

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  2. That was clever! An excellent job of weaving together!

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  3. WOW! That was quite a story! I like it :)
    There is a lot going on here. Very good combination

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  4. LOL. I cracked up at this line:
    "Of course I couldn't trust my scatterbrained son and his nitwit wife to take care of my granddaughters."

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  5. Arleen - Thanks for the kind words, and for being such a good sport about your beautiful daughter's photo!

    Susan - It was fun weaving them together! Thanks Susan!

    Heather - I also enjoyed your story! Thanks Heather!

    Ciara - Considering that his mother would have to be at least 100, it does pack a little punch! Thanks Ciara!

    Thanks Dana!

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  6. Now this is a grandmother I'd love to have! :)

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  7. I don't get to see my grandchildren but they're here in my heart.
    Loved the post, most enjoyable.
    Yvonne.

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  8. Very funny. Trailer folk are you know.

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  9. You write some of the cutest things!

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  10. Talli - She is one tough granny! Thanks Talli!

    Yvonne - Sorry you don't get to see your grandchildren often enough. Thanks Yvonne!

    Thanks Shelly!

    Thanks Libby, and so do you!

    Carol - Great contest, and I'm so excited for your book! Thanks Carol! Julie

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  11. Thanks Susanne!

    Pat - Fun idea about the blogger convention! Thanks Pat!

    Julie

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  12. Hey Julie,

    What a cool idea... I shall have to check this out one of these Monday, Monday dah dah, dah dah dah dah... looks good to me :)

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  13. Looking for his contact? Very funny and perfect for the photo. You strung the pictures together into an amusing tale. Nicely played, Julie.

    xoRobyn

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  14. It's interesting to see how a photo can be interpreted. The old man one is cute.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  15. I love your three-in-one... a superb triple-whammy tale!!

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  16. This is a fun post. I hope there's more of these to come.

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  17. Mark - It would be great if you joined in too! Thanks Mark!

    Robyn - The photo selection made it fun for me to string them all together! Thanks Robyn!

    Joyce - The old man looked so sad, so I thought he needed some lightening up! Thanks Joyce!

    Michelle - Oooh I like that! Thanks Michelle!

    Thanks Yvonne!

    Stephen - It's almost time for your BIG GIVEAWAY! Looking forward to it! Thanks Stephen!

    Julie

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  18. Hi Julie. I have another award that I will be posting for you in the morning. Enjoy :)

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    1. Congrats on your award, and thanks for sharing it with me Heather!

      Julie

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