Let's Have Lunch!

Do you remember what day it is? Yep, it's Friday, and I almost forgot, so I'm sure most of you have. Last week you may remember I started what I titled "What's happening in the picture?" The picture was of a grocery shopper, her child, and their little dog leaving a grocery store.

(Actually the lady in this picture looks like last week's grocery shopper.)

Anyway, I've decided to make this a weekly post, just like my Tuesday's Question, where the participants posts are posted in an entry the next day; it's fun. And when my readers read my post tomorrow, they will also read what you wrote. It's a good way to meet new friends too, because I will also include a link to your blog, just like in the Tuesday Question post.

In other words, instead of writing a review of your site you are basically giving my readers a taste of what you have to offer, because if my readers like what they read here, they'll click on your link!

I'm only trying to motivate you to participate, because if you don't I won't have anyone to play with and that would make me sad.

I will make up a title each week with the picture, then write a small story or post about the picture. Here's today's " Let's Do Lunch"

This middle-aged woman’s mother is trying to cheer her up because she’s complaining about whatever fresh ---- is in her life now, but Mom isn’t buying. Before the food particle takes flight, I think the following was happening:

Daughter: “And then he said, wouldn’t you run if you were married to that gossip? Can you believe he said that? Mom, you’re not listening to me, are you?”

Mom: “Honey have you ever seen the movie My Fair Lady? Now, that man is an illegible bachelor it’s too bad you married so quickly. I told you not to marry the-"

“Mom! That has nothing to do with anything” the daughter shouts. Exasperated, she then decides to eat in silence…

A few moments pass until Mom can't take the silence anymore:

"Oh No! Honey look, a bug's in here! "

I think the picture nicely finishes it. Although, feel free to write what happens after the picture, too if you like. Maybe I ought to title the weekly post something like "Tell Us The Rest Of Story". Hey, I like it!

I'm going to use that title, so Tell us the rest of the story, we can't wait to hear it!


mr fong said...

Oh no, I really really dont know how to answer it, I'm not that articulate.. :(

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

LOL! That's o.k. Winston. Thank you for commenting! Have a nice week-end.


Marja said...

This is what I see; PLOP "on your nose darling daughter" I saved
this big bug you put in my socks when you were small. Now it is my time to have fun"

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Laughing, that's good Marja! Thanks a million for the comment. Have a nice week-end! :)


mr fong said...

Haha, my weekend is clogged up with classes :(

I'm so sorry for missing your Tuesday phenomenons, I rushed back on Wed morning but your answers were out :( I'm so sorry!

DiamondsSaphire said...

Hey Ann, I'm gonna think about this one for a while.. I wanted to let you know that... you've been tagged..

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