Monday, October 11, 2010

MicroFiction Monday

It's Monday, right on schedule.  Time for some MicroFiction Fun.  Here's my 140 for Susan and the group:

When the train pulled into the station, Walter wondered if he had made the right decision.  Was it really necessary to move across the country to get away from his mother?  (exactly 140, BTW!)

And my I'd rather be for this Monday:

I'd rather be at work than home cleaning my house for guests.  Whom I'm hoping won't notice the dust bunnies when they come to visit.  Because it was more fun to play with little o yesterday than to clean up.  Sorry.

Have a good week!

16 comments:

Madeleine said...

Yes it probably was necessary. I can empathise LOL! :O)

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

To move across the country, it must have been necessary.

Jan said...

ROFL - I'm with Bill; if he was moving across the country, I'd say it was probably necessary.

I'd rather be at work than watching the G Man for yet another day. I love the little guy to death, but Grandma and Grandpa get tired really, really easily.

gospelwriter said...

{smiles} Don't want to give anyone the wrong impression but, you know, it worked for me when both my mom and I were younger... :) Nice MM!

Deborah said...

LOL ... good one!

Prayer Girl said...

If one is thinking they need to move to get away from their mother then I'm guessing across the country is just right. :) Nice MFM.

HERE IS MINE

PG

anthonynorth said...

Sometimes drastic action is necessary.

The Crazy Coxes said...

Yeah - boys have to move across country to get away from their moms. I don't know why. Well, yes, yes I do! ;)

hope said...

Is he sure she didn't stow away in a suitcase? ;)

blueviolet said...

My hunch says that Walter did the right thing! ;)

Sprite's Keeper said...

I'd rather be working than worrying about when I'll be able to do laundry again. Stupid broken dryer.

VandyJ said...

I'd rather be working than cooped up in the house with two very actinve boys and one very sore husband--who bellyaches about it constantly. Annoyed--who me?

Ellie said...

Poor Walter. Sounds like he's got an interfering mother! LOL.

As it's now Tuesday, yesterday I'd have rather not been in bed with a migraine.

Sioux Roslawski said...

Hopefully the apron strings will not extend as far as Walter is going...

Susan Fobes said...

Um, this sort of conjures up a shower scene and a young man who heard his mother's voice in his head-yikes!

Suz said...

If you have to ask that question....then yes..he did