Goldilocks – Part 2

Posted on January 27, 2013 3:45 pm under Microfiction
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He’d fallen for an adventurous blond, never guessing that a red-headed couch potato hid beneath those bleached tresses. (119)

Thirty years later, Ted still reminded her about his broken chair. One more jar of honey and the big oaf would destroy the sofa. (131)

She might have a few flaws, but she was a great cook. Dinner was not too hot and not too cold. Mom should have taken lessons from her. (135)

He might fill the sofa and whack her with his foot, but at least he was always beside her. They had a good marriage. (117)

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This week’s word was whack.

6 Responses to “Goldilocks – Part 2”

  1. Robyn Says:

    These are all good- the first and third are my favorites!

  2. Pat Says:

    Every one of these 4 is so cute and really did make me laugh out loud. I love the Goldilocks allusions!

  3. Jim Says:

    Hi GMa, these were all good except that I didn’t like the last one. I don’t like people to get whacked, especially betweem married folk.

    My favorite was the second, I always did like Goldilocks.

  4. Kay L. Davies Says:

    I agree with Jim, even though the whacking here is accidental.
    I chose to have him use whacking to protect her. Better, even, than accidents. LOL

  5. Judy Sheldon-Walker Says:

    So cute Grandma. You were thinking along the same lines that I was. I also thought about the idea of some child owning them & the toys actually being toys. lol

  6. Anthony North Says:

    Great and fun and lovely, too.