“Now I have, heard everything.” In response to CrimsonProse CCC#28 Photo Challenge May 22, 2019

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CrimsonProse photo Challenge May 22, 2019

This is the 7th short story about Nancy and Joan’s travelling adventures. They are all inspired by the personal photos presented by Crispina Kemp, taken on her wanderings through the countryside of her beloved home in England.

“Now I have, heard everything”

“Now I call that……”

“Stop!”

“Joan.”

“No Nancy, you’re not going in there.”

“Joan.”

“No!”

“But….”

“But nothing! It looks like it going to cave

any minute.”

“No it doesn’t.”

“Look at that side roof.”

“Awe Nancy, where’s you sense of adventure?”

“You don’t want to know.”

“C’mon lets just take a wee peek.”

“Nancy. There’s no “Wee” in your vocabulary.”

“I won’t touch anything.”

“No! I said no. You’re curiousity is killing me.”

“Nan?”

“Yes.”

“The door is open.”

“No. The top part is open.”

“So we can look in then.”

“Nancy?”

“Yes Joan.”

“Oh alright, but just as you say, only a peek.”

“You coming?”

“Nope. It’s dark in there. Anything could

jump out!”

“I can’t go over there alone.”

“What! You, the intrepid adventurer can’t

go over there alone?”

“Joan?”

“Yes.”

“I’ll just ask you this one time and I promise

I’ll never ask you again.”

“Now I have, heard everything.”

©J.E.Goldie May 24, 2019

 

the end almost

 

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Jen Goldie

"Life is made up of small comings and goings and for everything we take with us, we leave a part of ourselves behind" - Summer of 42

22 thoughts on ““Now I have, heard everything.” In response to CrimsonProse CCC#28 Photo Challenge May 22, 2019”

      1. Na, you just need to insert the url for the post as a comment on my post (CCC29).
        You can also post the url of my post on yours.
        The two are then linked. But I have to approve the pingback, and I’ve been out all day, and I’m now ploughing through the comments, so perhaps I’ll find it. Do not despair 🙂

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