Sunday, February 27, 2011

Microfiction Monday # 57


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

Susan over 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.

Introducing Twyla
My Own Personal Shoe Fairy!
shoe

OH NO this isn't Louboutin's red-soled pumps gasped Twyla
This is 1 ugly Hush Puppy hanging on a thread
Now where did I put my Fairy Dust?


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!

63 comments:

  1. It looks like Twyla might have her work cut out for her.

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  2. I think your right Bill, a big job for sure.
    Thanks for atopping!

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  3. Oh, yes! Twyla definitely has her job laid out!!! How fun! Hope you've had a good weekend! I love your bright yellow, little chickens! Enjoy your evening!

    Sylvia

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  4. Thanks Sylvia;

    Oscars are on tonight.
    Have not seen a single one of the films.
    Oh well, you have a wonderful evening also.

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  5. I've never been a shoe person...and I fear someone will yank my Girl Membership Card. :)

    Well done pal!

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  6. Hope;

    I love them becuase I can't wear them, plus I would never pay a lot for any shoes.
    I use to try and wear Mom's 3 inch heels.
    What a joke!

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  7. Very funny, Peggy. I know a couple of people who either have, or should have, a shoe fairy. (P.s. Happy to say that none are related to me!)

    Have a great week.

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  8. Michael;

    A shoe fairy would laugh at my selection of shoes. But in fiction anything is possible!

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  9. I wore heels for church today and served in the nursery. What a waste!

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  10. I know, but I bet you looked good!

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  11. Yes, unfortunately it's one of those "sensible" shoes. LOL! Good one tonight Peggy!

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  12. Good one Peggy! Unfortunately, I need the comfortable shoes ... trendy just doesn't do well on my feet.

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  13. Can I borrow that shoe fairy? My shoes could use a little pixie dust!

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  14. Susan;

    I wear the sensible shows and dream of the othrs!

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  15. Vicky;

    I haar ya!
    But everybody needs a shoe fairyime too.
    Thanks for your comment and taking the the time.

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  16. Debora;

    I'll send Twyla your way!

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  17. I want Twyla to do something about all my ugly shoes! What an awesome idea.

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  18. Mel;

    Twyla has made my keds look like stilletos!
    A claning lady and a shoe fairy!
    I wish!!!

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  19. If only I had some of this pixie dust. I'd fabulize everything, not just my shoes!

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  20. Wonder what Twyla can do for old ladies with falling arches, nerve damage in the toes and feet, and ingrown toenails. Surely there must be an elegant, dainty, pretty shoe for me.
    LOL
    Good one!
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  21. I am shoe girl myself and Love this take on it. Where id you find Twila? I'd like to have my own shoe fairy ;-)

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  22. Quite a task there ;-)
    Enjoyed that.

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  23. Wonderful . . and not only that! This is the first I've read that hints at shoe-fetishism . . . but Twyla. AM I missing something?

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  24. loving those heels - need a fairy to not see that ugly shoe

    ha nice MFM

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  25. MWM believes I have a shoe fairy because new shoes keep magically appearing in my wardrobe! ((wink))

    I love the chicks on your header, they made me smile! :)

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  26. Poor thing to get cheated like that....well she has her magic going ...loved this one.

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  27. Shoe Fairies do a great job...

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  28. I'd love to have my own little jar of that fairy dust. Louboutin's all round :)

    Holly #24

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  29. I love all the shoes in the little animation
    very cool
    I have been striken with big ole feet and have a terrible time with heels although I think they're beautiful :)

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  30. I suppose if you did have a shoe fetish, those
    certainly would need fairy dust; well worn surely!
    thanks.

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  31. Twyla had better get cracking on that one. Whoops!!! :O)

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  32. Fairy Dust--don't leave home without it!
    PS--love the bright happy chicks on this dreary Monday morning!

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  33. Ashling;

    I needed spring, even if only on my blog!
    Thx you for coming by.

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  34. Diane;

    Cracking...HAHAHAHA
    Hav a great week!

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  35. Erik
    I wouldn't stop at the shoes either!
    Thx !

    Mason;
    Thanks so much for your commnt.

    Kay L.D
    I love shoes, Sometimes I dream about just sitting with bautiful shoes on.
    I'm way to practical to buy! Darn it!

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  36. Anyses;

    Twyla in on her way!

    Anthony;

    You know, my brother loves his shoes more then I! Have a great week!

    Dr;

    Just a touch and then comes pure adoration of a beautiful thing!

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  37. moondustwriter.
    I had to spread th fairy dust in my closet.
    Now evrything is bautiful.

    Akela;
    It's a good thing to admire beautiful things!

    Rekha;
    Thanks so much for your comment.
    You are so kind!

    Medelein;

    Thank you!

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  38. Too funny, Peg. Good thing I don't need any fancy shoes in Hawaii. I live in one favorite pair of gym shoes and slippers.

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  39. Jinksy
    They do! Se you nxt time.

    Holly;
    Send a pair to me if you get too many!

    Dianne;
    Show fairise just make everybody's feet bautiful

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  40. P.S. What a cheerful blog design! You're really ready for Easter.

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  41. Izzy;
    Thes shoes need a lot of help!

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  42. Kay;

    I have a favorit pair too!
    I live in them!
    Thanks for stopping!

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  43. ooooh - can I have a shoe fairy too? That's a fun one!

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  44. At my stage in life all my shoes are 'sensible' ones...but I did love your mm!
    Hope you have a great week. Cheers~

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  45. Thanks Sylvia M.
    I think I'm at that stage too.
    Have a good week!

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  46. Oh, how perfect! And, your visual is to die for! Absolutely wonderful!

    :)

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  47. Mary and Mama Zen

    I'll send over mine!
    Thanks!

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  48. How fantastic! I'd love my own personal shoe fairy too. Love it! ;-)

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  49. Granny Kate;

    Of cours she does.
    Thanks you so for your comment!

    Me too Talei and thanks for coming by!

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  50. I love what Twyla's fairy dust does to a homely shoe ..ooh la la! I wonder if it would work on my tired hairdo, too...LOL.

    Thanks so much for stopping by my page...:)

    Lynette

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  51. Full of fantasy fancy & modern zip! Fun microfiction, Peggy! :>

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  52. Thanks Karen;
    You're so nice to have stopped by.

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  53. Lynette;

    ...and thank you too!

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  54. Hello, had to chuckle over this-a Hush Puppy shoe, oh the horror! I had to smile at your cheery header photo. Hope all is well with you.

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  55. How did I miss this! How funny. Pumps look better, but Hush Puppy shoes are probably a lot more comfortable!

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  56. Oh no Twyla wants to vanish those old shoes away ~ but have to admit Laboutins or Blahniks it is not ~ great to get back Peggy ~ had a rough ride there not out of the woods yet ~ hope Susan sOK ~ missed you guys ~ Big love Peggy ~ Lib ~ @libithina

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