#FF: Beyond the Horizon

The students stepped off the bus and fell silent. You could “hear a pin drop”, as they say. The structure of what sat before them, the height and details. They hadn’t seen anything like it before. Many of Ms. Tiddles class were kids from the Miami “hood”. They ventured as far as they could walk,…

#FF: Hiding

Photo Credit Link Attached The SugarRush Mini Mall was perfect. Church had recently ended, and the area was packed. Christopher hated crowds; but, today was different. Here he could easily hide, then run from the cops! Under poor conditions last night, he decided to go egg Mr. Folger’s house. Being young means being stupid sometimes.”…

Community Unity

The old stone cottage has withstood the test of time. It’s also become the life insurance of Switzerland’s winter months. Communities of  families will use such a place for bulk food storage.  It’s perfect for such use because of its size and the stone structure. Here in Switzerland, the winter temperature could drop as low as zero degrees…

#FF: “Sense”ational

Paisley was the light of Patricia’s life! She was positive and cheerful, loved everyone, and enjoyed life. Patricia always said Paisley could accomplish anything, despite her Down Syndrome. As Paisley’s 16th birthday approached, Patricia decided a beach theme would be perfect. It was her favorite escape in the area. On a single table, Patricia laid…

For the Love of Challenges

I was hoping to find this list:D Doesn’t it feel wonderful when you find something little that makes like easier by leaps and bounds? Through the Friday Fictioneers, I’ve been challenged to research and explore unfamiliar grounds. Before this year, I would have ran in the opposite direction at the sniff of a challenge! That…

Please Read

Good Afternoon/Day Lovelies: I wanted to clarify something: ALL of my “Friday Fictioneers” are about James ( first introduced) then a Continumium) and his mystery woman (Who Ive named Ezra). The idea of James and his family being masters of architecture with grandfather clocks came from a FF of which I didn’t participate. I simply…

#FF: Tick-Tock, Coffee’s Hot

Photo Prompt Credit: Priorhouse James recited his speech, as he made his way up the darkened stairwell. As a young lad, James attended this Annual Winter Formal with his Father and Grandfather. As a seventh generation tradesman, James fell right into succession as a Master of Architecture with Grandfather Clocks. Finally reaching the complimentary coffee…

#FF: Re-humanizing Cafe

Photo Prompt ©️Dale Rogerson This patio welcomed every passerby. The funny part is, NYC natives tell the same story: after a brief stay, every resident reroutes ship to sail this street as often as possible. Ezra did just that. Angelina’s Sip & Sweets was the best, hands down. The light’s collapsed upon an atmosphere of adventure, wonder and,…

#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…

#FF: Light Up the Water

Photo prompt ©️Carla Bicomong   As the families began to gather, Joshua became ever more humbled. These individuals hardly knew him; but, they could never forget his little Noah. His son  bestowed a special love to everyone he met. Wether a smile or a tight squeeze of a hug, he loved his way into everyones’ hearts….