2.20.2011

Microfiction Monday

Welcome to Microfiction Monday, where a picture paints a story in 140 characters, or even fewer.
Susan at Stony River provides the picture, you provide the story.


You can find all the information HERE
To make this easy go to Design 215's Character counter 


 Here is today's picture ~


Here is my story~


                                                As she walked down the dim hallway

                                                   she heard the echo's of the past


                                                             Children laughing
                                                                tiny footsteps
                                                              Mrs. Jone's voice


                                                               Her eyes teared 









This is what I though the picture was for today ~




Here is my story ~



                                                    The title of the movie is
                                         
                                         G-O-D-Z-I-L-L-A
                                                  
                                             That's ME!           


                                   You two monkeys can stop 
                                   hogging the action scenes
                                   anytime now!


To read more story's about this picture go to Stony River 
The picture will be posted Sunday evening.

18 comments:

Pat said...

Hahahah!!! I did the same thing, wrote stories for both of those pictures. Your first MM is pognant and I can identify with it, having raised 3 sons who are now grown, gone and married. The godzilla one is hilarious!

Sylvia K said...

Love your take for the day -- on both of them!! I think a lot of us had a poignant/sad take on the first one. Always good to follow that with a laugh! Perfect! Have a great week, Vicki!

Sylvia

Peggy said...

I always love a good laugh with my tears.
Both so good!

5thsister said...

I felt that same way when I went back to my old school on summer a few years back. Nice take on the prompt. Unfortunately mine is crude this week.

Susan Fobes said...

I was thinking school too-great minds? LOL!

Melanie Sherman said...

What fun. Two very, very different stories. First one provoked thought. The second, laughter.

Pooch said...

Melancholia can strike the strongest of us.

That Godzilla and his ego! Funny!
:)

KB said...

Enjjoyed your MM. I almost posted a story for the other picture too!

Rinkly Rimes said...

I often get my memes mixed up! I liked the gentle pathos of your piece.

Reflections said...

Love both of these! Great humor in the second... and touching emotion flowing tears of the first.

erik said...

I got a good chuckle from the Godzilla image.

Jim said...

Hi Vicki, again. Yes, I did both pictures too, the wrong one first! :)

Your empty building story was sad. But then a lot of older ones think about many things that aren't anymore and can't be again.

Yes, since your writer was the star for sure in the second I don't blame her for wanting ME, ME, ME!
..

Ashling said...

Really like the story for the hallway (although the other was amusing); leaves me wondering about the 'rest' of the story.

Diane said...

I love them both! Have a super week!!! :O)

Grandma's Goulash said...

Enjoyed both of those very diverse MM's. Godzilla had me ROFL.

My MM: Escape

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Enjoyed your microfiction! Have a great week. :)

Michael G-G said...

Very poignant (#1) and very believable voice (#2). Nice job!

Thanks for the comment on mine. Hope your week is going well.

sylviamorice said...

Great stories...but I confess that I have to now wonder--what are you going to write about next week??? LOL
Cheers~