Sunday Photo Fiction May 19-2019

Dark ominous clouds were gathering on the horizon. They thought that is was the usual passing storm. Sally in the back seat wanted something to eat but the adults were in a hurry to get home before the rain started.

“Hey mom, can’t we go in there? I am so very hungry”

“But sweetheart we will be home in no time and we can have dinner then” mom tried to reason with her.

Just then huge drops of rain started to fall, with a loud clash oof thunder which literally lit up the sky.

Dad said in a resigned tone” we better wait this out out at the dinner, it looks like something unusual “

Sally squeaked with joy.

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Welcome to 2019 and Sunday Photo Fiction! Each week I will post a new photograph, taken either by myself or donated by a member of the community. The challenge is to write a story using 200 words or less based, on the prompt. When you are done, post your story and the photo prompt on your blog. Make sure you give proper credit when using the photo. 

It’s a bit dark and stormy here in Oklahoma City, much like the photo below. Thanks to first-time contributor Terri Smeigh for today’s prompt.

 

In response to;

A prompt by Susan

Sunday Photo Fiction May 19

#keepitalive

#spf

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14 thoughts on “Sunday Photo Fiction May 19-2019

  1. No one was using the pick-up lane, and he could see through the window that the register lines were long. Could I, Ryan wondered. He walked to the speaker and waited. No voice came on asking him for his order.

    Just then a car came up behind him. He stepped to the curb so the driver could use the speaker. The voice said, “Can I have your order, please.”

    “I’ll take the steak sandwich, medium rare, fries, and a large Diet Coke.”

    Immediately Ryan said in to the speaker, “Make that two orders of the same, with separate tabs for each.”

    The man in the car laughed. “Hey, kid,” he said, “it’s on me.”

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