Deciphering the Geese (Sunday Photo Fiction)

Sunday Photo Fiction October 4Andy checked his phone one more time. Julie’s text hadn’t changed.

“Meet me @ pk. Usual plc. 11am.”

He was only 25 minutes late. Although he was standing in her favorite place–the brick wall leading to the outbuilding that served hot chocolate in the winter–Julie was nowhere in sight. Continue reading

My first bit of Sunday Photo Fiction

Weekly challenge from It’s supposed to be around 200 words and I edited, but still ran over:

Agnes held Coco in her arms as the vet made her preparations on the counter behind them. Leaning over, she whispered silly endearments to the 15 year-old poodle and hugged her a little tighter. The dog had been Agnes’ grandmother’s beloved companion since it was a puppy, but Gram had died two months before and Agnes had been caring for Coco ever since. Continue reading