You know, I didn’t think we’d survive in that pounding surf
Tell me about it, Myrtle. It felt like a hurricane was sweeping over the Gulf
No, No Myrna, it was the gosh darn pelicans thinking we were still housing those crabs
True enough Phyllis. Thank goodness those babies flew the coop a long time ago.
Well, I certainly was relieved when we washed up on shore at sunset!
Yes, indeed a beautiful sight just in time for a little shut-eye
Only to be rudely awakened by that beach loader. Geez, just when we relax, we get moved again
Now, Myrtle, you have to admit the driver was a hottie!
Oh I must say I was getting a case of the vapors when he laid me down in the sand…
Well girls, I have to admit that he sure picked a cozy spot for the three of us
Until that middle aged beach babe spotted us…
Yes girls but she has a plan, I believe
Well, it looks like we’re going for a ride since she plopped us down right beside her truck
OOh I am all a- flutter Myrtle, I hear there’s some BIG conch shells in these parts!
Myrna, I think you’ve got a bit too much sand stuck that shell of yours. Those conchies are always after the younger set
You’re right about the sand Phyllis and we’re about to get some shaken loose. It’s been a long time…
Our Lovely Miss Kellie presented us with a most original prompt this week! I left out the mystery since I had taken this photo earlier this month and knew I would use it someday in my writing. It fit perfectly for today’s prompt. My oldest son came up with the title after he saw the photo and dared me to use it!
Here is your FWF prompt:
the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form.
Select something nonhuman and write about it as though it were human. It is up to you whether or not you reveal what it is, but I have found it a lot of fun to leave it a mystery and allow others to guess at what you were writing about. 🙂 Have fun!