One hundred words …

for Friday Fictioneers

 

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I’m at a crossroads in my life.  Should I continue as I am or change direction?  What’s the right thing to do with what’s left of my days?

(See what I did there? Right, left!)

But I’ve had fun, even naughty fun, and I want more.

(What? Mind your own business!)

Or should I take life more seriously?  Maybe travel a bit.  I’ve read about yellow beaches and green valleys.

(Red, yellow, green, get it?)

Wakey-wakey, daydreaming again. I didn’t notice the lights go green.

“No need to hoot, I’m moving”.

Oh f***!

“Sorry mate”.

I selected reverse.  Seems nothing’s gonna change!

 

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delayed-green-naama-yehudaThanks to Rochelle for hosting and Na’ama Yehuda for the photo

 

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63 thoughts on “One hundred words …

  1. Denise D Hammond Jul 1, 2020 / 15:34

    I think I was behind you at the intersection the other day. The green arrow to turn? I was honking my horn? Daydreaming Huh?

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  2. Sandra Jul 1, 2020 / 16:33

    It’s easily done. Some of the best conversations are to be held with yourself.

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  3. Iain Kelly Jul 1, 2020 / 17:37

    Excellent analogy of life Keith, I always seem to be in the wrong lane going the wrong way!

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  4. ceayr Jul 1, 2020 / 18:14

    Naughty fun?
    Does Rosey know?
    Or has she already parked all that nonsense?

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  5. wmqcolby Jul 1, 2020 / 20:45

    Keith, that was a fun one! I liked your take on the prompt as being very creative, even if the daydreams are kind of random for us. Good humor throughout!

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  6. rochellewisoff Jul 1, 2020 / 21:57

    Dear Keith,

    I’d say he chose the wrong moment to change directions. 😉 Fun stuff. Love he frog. Hoot! Hoot!

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  7. msjadeli Jul 1, 2020 / 22:25

    This person is going every which way but loose! Such fun wordplay with the colors/homonyms. Cute froggie too.

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  8. Na'ama Yehuda Jul 2, 2020 / 00:16

    Well, Keith, I’d recommend more driving and less daydreaming … and … perhaps, deferring important decisions to later … 😉

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  9. Tannille Jul 2, 2020 / 05:39

    Perhaps he is at crossroads talking to Hecate in his mind. 😀.
    I think many of us have these sorts of day dreams, very realistic. Fun read K.

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  10. Inside the Mind of Isadora Jul 2, 2020 / 23:09

    A good chuckle for me tonight, Keith.
    I’ve had so many times I seem to have conversations at traffic lights until the car behind honks to wake me. LOL
    Great tale …. Be safe … Be Healthy … Be Happy
    Isadora 😎

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  11. Natasha Jul 3, 2020 / 08:01

    Ah! Those conversations in our head, haven’t we all been there. Especially on a solo drive, stuck in traffic.
    I love the analogies you drew. Deft as always. I hope you didn’t reverse into Rosey. She is gonna give you one tough time, Keith!

    Be well.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Jul 3, 2020 / 11:37

      I often come up with ideas for stories when on a boring journey! As for Rosey, she’d never let me forget it!

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      • Natasha Jul 3, 2020 / 12:00

        She is a sweetheart after all. :)))

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  12. James McEwan Jul 4, 2020 / 20:18

    I agree, sometimes if feels like forever waiting for traffic lights to change, and everything goes into reverse.

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  13. subroto Jul 4, 2020 / 23:48

    Ha! Ha! Nice one. Dreamers have to make sacrifices. Though some days it does feel as if you are driving the wrong way up a one way lane.

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  14. Bill Jul 5, 2020 / 18:11

    Well that lovely ditty brought a smile to my face. Well done. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Laurie Bell Jul 5, 2020 / 23:06

    A great fun piece. Daydreaming!
    I think always have fun if you can. Laugh out loud!

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  16. Fatima Fakier Jul 7, 2020 / 06:01

    Traffic lights do provide a good opportunity to overthink and daydream. I liked the little elbow-nudges in brackets!

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  17. Nobbinmaug Jul 7, 2020 / 23:12

    That was good for a laugh. I especially enjoyed the parentheticals.

    Like

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