Sunday, December 5, 2010

Microfiction Monday # 45



Welcome to Microfiction Monday.
Where a picture paints 140 characters.

Susan over at Stonyriver hosts Microfiction Monday The rules are simple,to use Susan's picture she posts then compose a story up to 140 characters including spaces and punctuation.

So here is this weeks picture and my story to go with.



You're whistling past the graveyard Ben if you think I will stay here after dark.
We're in Sleepy Hallow man and I hear a horse!

Now leap on over to Susan's place and leave your name.
She even has a brilliant counter to help us count
As Susan promises, it's fast, it's fiction, it's fun!

41 comments:

  1. The Legend of Sleepy Hallow, you can almost see the Headless Horseman approaching. Nice take on the Picture Peggy. You have a great week ahead.

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  2. Thanks Bill, love your comments!
    Keep smiling!!!

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  3. You gotta pay attention when you're in Sleepy Hallow! Bill's right, I can hear the Headless Horseman galloping up the road! What a fun one for the day, Peggy! I hope you have a great week!!

    Sylvia

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  4. Sleepy Hollow? This is perfect for Halloween. I wouldn't go there any time of year, Headless Horseman or not.

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  5. Sylvia;

    Thanks Sylvia;
    I can almost hear the horses coming down the road!
    Have a wonderful eveining!

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  6. Kay;

    I think I might stay away too.
    Say HI to Art and your Mom for me...oh and a hug for you.

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  7. Ooh, creepy and scary! I like it!

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  8. Ah, RIDE for your life!

    Well done. This week I've got all lists and nothing under 140. :)

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  9. Love your Christmas tree and snow falling on your blog. Have a wonderful holiday!

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  10. Pat;

    Looks like the graveyard is full of creepy and scary stuff.
    Have a wonderful evening to you both.

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  11. Hope;

    I have a bunch of those lists too.
    Have a wonderful Monday! ( the rest of the week too!)

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  12. Sally;

    Thank you for that. Have a wonderful Holiday!

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  13. Get out of there double quick!! LOL

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  14. Nothing just nothing like a good legend with a good illustrator! thanks!

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  15. Spooky! Good spin on this one.

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  16. Grandma;

    This graveyard was spooky.
    Thanks for your comment!

    izzy;

    Thanks for stopping by, I'm a bit late this week.

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  17. jabblog;

    Thnaks for coming by today!

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  18. Akela;

    That's what I wanted to do, get out quickly!
    Have a great week.

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  19. Hey Peggy, yes, I would keep on walking.
    Maybe even running! Very nice!
    ..

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  20. Great take on the photo. It is rather spooky from some perspectives.

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  21. It sure does look like a creepy graveyard, doesn't it?

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  22. Thanks Jim,
    Running would be my choice!
    Have a real nice week.

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  23. EG;

    Kind of creepy to me.
    Have a nice evening and thanks for your comment.

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  24. cheryl;

    I guess most graveyards are to me.
    I'm a winp!

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  25. once you hear the horse it is time to go ;)

    love your Musical Monday entry
    that duet is so beautiful

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  26. I so feared Ichabod Crane growing up. Shivers!

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  27. I'm with the companion...Ben needs to come up with a better route!

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  28. Yes! YES! I hear hoofbeats clopping!! RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!!!!

    *singing softly* ...Give us faith so we'll be safe
    Need to find a place, guide us with your grace
    Give us faith so we'll be safe...
    <---I love Celine! I gave the above video a click on my way to your microfiction. I hope this song stays with me the whole day through! P.S. Thanks!


    SF~~~~~*

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  29. Beware the headless horseman. Love it.

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  30. I don't even like being there in the daytime let alone at night! Why, you'd have to be...crazy... (MUAHHA!)
    Loved your take on this week's MM! Have a great week!


    ~Jean

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  31. Now I'm homesick for the Headless Horseman! Sleepy Hollow is not too far from my family's home in Dutchess County, New York.

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  32. Hope youre not in high heels

    what a great MFM

    Happy Monday Peggy

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  33. Oh--I never thought of using a reference to Sleepy Hollow...great twist on the picture!
    Have a wonderful week. Cheers!

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  34. Quilly is right-I can just hear the evil laugh (and a chill just ran down my spine-LOL!) Great one this week Peggy.

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  35. Alluding to Sleepy Hollow in a clever way

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  36. sleepy hallow is no place to linger, dear Ben... :-) nice!

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