Decision Made

Posted: April 8, 2020 in Friday Fictioneers
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It’s Wednesday-Friday! Thanks to Dale Rogerson for posting her FF story or I wouldn’t have remembered the day. And thanks to Rochelle for keeping us on track with wonderful photographs to inspire 100-word stories. This photo was provided by Jeff Arnold. Thanks, Jeff, we all need rainbows these days.

Mom loves me, I know she does, but, even though my name is Angela, she calls me Ditzy. Always. No Kidding.
Tonight, I’m living up to that name in spades. After meeting him once, David said, “Come to my boat. I’ll make you dinner.”
Sure, he’d described his boat, color, size, and told me the number of the mooring slip. Now, with the wind whipping blonde curls in my eyes, I don’t remember.
Red? Blue? Sailboat? Motorboat? Slip 9? 14?
Heck! You only live once. I choose the white yacht at the end of the rainbow.

Comments
  1. neilmacdon says:

    A good strategy when you’re lost

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  2. Ha ha – I hope she made the right decision, or perhaps gave someone else a nice surprise.

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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  3. michael1148humphris says:

    Loved the way you guided the reader to understand her

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  4. ceayr says:

    ‘Blonde curls’ – nice touch!

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    • Thanks, CE (what do those initials stand for?) At first I had her mom calling her Ditzy Blonde. Too much. I think that is what my parents would have liked to call me when I was a teenager. Glad you stopped by.

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  5. msjadeli says:

    Hoping it turns out well for her, but her odds are probably 50/50.

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  6. Dear Lish,

    I liked the blonde curls. She comes by Ditzy honestly. Thanks for the chuckles.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  7. Dale says:

    Glad my posting brought you here coz this was great! Loved it… little touches that we should not focus on πŸ˜‰

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  8. Iain Kelly says:

    I hope she hasn’t walked in on something she shouldn’t have! Good fun πŸ™‚

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  9. Well, it’ll be a roll of the dice, that’s for sure. Pot of gold or … who knows …

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  10. I had to thank Dale today also. Her post brought me back to FF. I bet this ditzy girl always lands on her feet. I like her attitude.
    Tracey

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  11. Ha! That was funny, good take

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  12. Nicely written funny story! I hope good things for Angela, ditzy or not. The boat at the end of the rainbow is a good start.

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  13. pennygadd51 says:

    Oh, Ditzy! How disappointed David will be if you don’t show! Lovely gentle humour, Lish – loved it!

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  14. granonine says:

    I hope that turns out well for her, but I feel kind of bad for David–unless he’s waiting for her on that yacht πŸ™‚

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  15. plaridel says:

    like they say, when in doubt, follow your heart. πŸ™‚

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  16. Sandra says:

    This could be the start of something wonderful… on the other hand… 😦

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  17. Lynn Love says:

    I want to know if she found the right guy? Or maybe a new guy? Maybe an even better one! Sweet story that had me smiling

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  18. James McEwan says:

    Let’s hope it’s a lucky choice. Fate sometimes favours the brave. A good story that leaves me wondering if she did or didn’t?

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  19. draliman says:

    It’s probably more comfy than David’s dinghy up the other end of the wharf πŸ™‚

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  20. Sounds like a plan to me! Really good characterization.

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