Change of Weather

Posted on January 24, 2011 12:34 am under Microfiction
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This used to be such a bright, sunny spot. Everything changed ten years ago, when Uncle Jed’s boat overturned out there. That man always was full of hot air.


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16 Responses to “Change of Weather”

  1. Moondustwriter Says:

    well that would be awful – must be global warming

  2. Anthony North Says:

    Quite climactic 😉 Enjoyed that.

  3. Lisa Ricard Claro Says:

    Poor Uncle Jed. At least he’s remembered! Nice one.

  4. jabblog uk Says:

    Powerful man! LOL!

  5. Peggy Says:

    They still miss Uncle Ned.
    Even if it’s only his hot air.

  6. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    We could use an Uncle Ned and his hot air here in Seattle!!! Fun one for the day! Hope you have a great week!


  7. Mama Zen Says:

    How clever!

  8. sonia Says:

    Poor guy!

  9. Diane Says:

    ….and he’s still blowing it I see! :O)

  10. Sylvia Morice Says:

    So HE’S the one we can blame for the heavy mist over the water….thanks for clearing that up! LOL. Great mm.
    Have a wonderful week. Cheers~

  11. nessa Says:

    Oh, that’s hysterical.The ole uncle boiling off the waters.

  12. Elizabeth Mueller Says:

    *wiping tear* you just made burst out laughing. Thank you! :) I hope you have a great day.

    ♥.•*¨ Elizabeth ¨*•.♥

  13. Mary Says:

    Love your sense of humor!

  14. Karen Says:

    Love that you made this steam, rather than fog! :>

  15. Susan Says:

    Cute take-a little foreboding and a little humor all rolled into one!

  16. Strummed Words Says:

    Is that steam rising from the water? Uncle Ned must still be blowing hot air!