Weekend Coffee Share. Get Outdoors!

Welcome to my Weekend Coffee Share, hosted by Allison at https://eclecticali.wordpress.com/

Bixby is representing my Coffee Share, since yesterday was National Puppy day!

The weather has been beautiful! Yesterday, I enjoyed a festival with my son called Gastrofest which, as you might guess, is all about tasty delights. We wondered around in the breezy spring weather listening to the Jazz fusion band that played there. No, I didn’t have a pulled pork donut, but I did have pulled pork, and it was scrumptious!

I hope you’re enjoying your beverage of choice, whether coffee, tea, or a smoothie. I had a mock mojito and drank my hot coffee before leaving the house. Though I indulged dietarily, my son and I did walk over a mile between the parking and the event. I think it balances out. 🙂  Besides, all of that walking gave us plenty of time to bond and talk.  All in all, it was a great day!

On the writing scene, I have not done as much as I’d like, but I published a poem on my blog within the last week, a reflection on my past and personal growth that also truly reflects the nineteen nineties.  Have a look: In the Nineties

I have also been promoting my book, Detours in Time which is on Kindle Countdown until about midnight tonight.  Check it out at Detours in Time on Amazon

I hope you all have had a great week and that the weather is quite pleasant in your area as well!

Small Town Vibes . #fridayfictioneers

PHOTO PROMPT © JS Brand

“So, if the place is decrepit and unsafe, why does Henry still live here?”

“He runs the fuel station beside it.  Sells bait out of this window and sorta stopped keeping the place up when his wife died.”

Bingham squinted.  Too bad Jones would be retiring soon.  Bingham still had a lot to learn.

Just then, Henry opened up his bait window.  “Oh, it’s you guys.”

“Mind if we come in?”  Jones gestured.

Bingham felt nervous. Suddenly, jazz music started playing upstairs.

“Gotta go.”  Bingham slammed the window shut.

“His wife loves jazz.”

“His deceased wife?”

“Yes.”

“Loved jazz?”

“Loves.”

~100 words

“Small Town Vibes,” (c) Pamela Schloesser Canepa, 2018

*Friday Fictioneers is a once-weekly photo prompt challenge.  Rules include keeping your story within 100 words.  Visit Rochellewisoff.com for more information.  Thank you for reading; comments are welcome and appreciated!

 

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