#FF: Little Dreamy

Photo Prompt ©️Gah Learner

James sat at his work desk, gazing up at the moon. He has always loved it, mesmerized by its size and endless beauty. Tonight, it looked a bit more dreamy.

At the coffee shop, last week,  he accidently ran into a stunning business woman. By doing so, her latte spilt all over her red blouse. Apologethically, he snatched some napkins and handed them to her, mortified to make eye contact. She was sincere and understanding, but in to much of a hurry to talk.

Before James could ask for her number, she was out the door.


Written for Rochelle Wisoff-Field’s Friday Fictioneers. Every week a photo and literature genre is chosen. I have really enjoyed the challenges!  join the fun. Learn more about it here 🙂



17 comments on “#FF: Little Dreamy”
  1. gahlearner says:

    Ah, missed opportunities, the what-ifs can haunt us for some time. Great story, I hope they run into each other again.

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    1. That’s what I LOVE about writing 🙂 It can be anything at any time and change at any moment.

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  2. jillyfunnell says:

    He should pick up a loyalty card pronto because I have an idea he’ll be hanging out regularly at that coffee place, hoping for a repeat of the “meet-cute” 🙂

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    1. Haha, that’s such a great idea! So modern yet cute. Love it 😀 Thank you!


  3. Dear Moonchild,

    Perhaps they’ll meet again under better circumstances. Nicely done.



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    1. Gracias🙏🏼💕😘 I’m excited to write their story.

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  4. Dale says:

    Smitten by a run-in… maybe he’ll get lucky another time 😉

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    1. I have a feeling time will cross their paths again;)

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      1. Dale says:

        I like to think so

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        1. Maybe next time, they’ll be in less of a hurry lol coffee should never be wasted. Lol. She handled that like a champ.

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  5. lisarey1990 says:

    Shows the fast pace of the world we live in very well. Great read.

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    1. Thank you! Indeed, it does. The setting in my mind was a big city, like Chicago or Manhattan.

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  6. Ooppsss … not a good way to start a conversation.😊
    Is there a computer spell- check correction after the word spilt?
    Isadora 😎

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    1. Thank you for the error 😉
      I loved how he acted as if a school boy, giddy, despite the incident lol.

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      1. Your welcome 😊 it does have a shy school boyish feel. Good write 😎

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        1. Thank you for the feedback and I’m glad you liked it =)

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