07 December 2009

A Perfect Idea | Microfiction Monday #8

Monday, December 07, 2009
Welcome to Microfiction Monday,
where a picture paints 140 characters...or even fewer.

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Susan at Stony River Farm hosts Microfiction Monday. Every Sunday evening she posts a photo or illustration, and you compose a story in 140 characters about it on your blog. Click on the button or link above to get further instructions. To help you along she also has posted a link that counts your characters at Design 215. Thanks for hosting this meme, Susan.

Here's Susan's picture for this week and my story

Hey... are you sure Mom's still in the kitchen? I'm almost done here.
This is a perfect idea! Do you think we should leave the plate, too??!

I appreciate every visit and comment, but love even more to become good friends. Have a wonderful day, everyone!

21 appreciated note(s):

Anya said...

That photo looks a little dangerous
but she is safe :-)

Have a nice day Rosidah
hugs from us :-)

quilly said...

A plate in the drier?! Oh, bad idea! What on earth are they up to?!

Nessa said...

Uh, oh. What are they up to? Good story.

Giant Crickets Invade Norway

SouthLakesMom said...

Reminder to parents: Never.Turn.Your.Back.On.Toddlers! Too funny!

LadyJava said...

Oh cute.. and cool meme.. alamak Monday meme also.. how to join like that.. ;)

Barbara H. said...

Oh how cute! I've known of kids to eat things in hiding places, but that one "takes the cake," LOL!

Peggy said...


We sure know what kids can get into when you turn your back!
Love it and it rings so true to me!
Love your blog with it's kind and sincere messages!

wenn said...

she is so curious..

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Are they putting the dishes away, or washing them??

Well done, wishing you a wonderful day and week.

Susan at Stony River said...

This sounds like one of the reasons I *always* look inside the washer or dryer before loading! ROFL! I'd love to be a little kid playing with these two.

Susan said...

That is so cute...and your microfiction is perfect! What a fun challenge. I'll have to try it one of these days.


hope said...

Well, that's one way to get rid of those horrible dishes one's great aunt Griswold gifted you with. ;)

I liked the surprise of this...well done!

Anonymous said...

OMG...this is just too funny. What kids will do. I can just see this happening. Well done my friend. Have a great week ahead :) xoxoxo

Maude Lynn said...

How funny!

XoXo said...

I love your little fiction here my friend, so funny indeed.

RA said...

@All: Thanks for all wonderful comments. Wishing you a great week :)
@Quilly: Very bad idea ;). I think they are hiding some evidence.
@Anya: Have a nice day, too. Hugs and love :)
@Nessa: We'll never know with kids. It's always a big surprise ;). TY
@SouthlakeMom: Very good reminder ;)
@LJ: TY. I just love memes. I wish I had more time to join them all. LOL
@Barbara: I think you are so close to the truth of this photo. I had something like that in mind. It must be a cake ;)
@Peggy: TY so much. I enjoyed my visit to your blog, too.
@Wenn: Curious little things, these kids... ;)
@Bill: A mixture of both, may be ;). Have a wonderful day and week, too :)
@Susan: I love the thought of being a kid, too :)
@Susan: It is a lot of fun. It would be great if you join :)
@Hope: You got me inspired ;)
@Thom: I actually was picturing my kids. LOL. Have a great week ahead, too :). xoxoxo
@Mama Zen: TY :)
@Pacey: I'm glad you enjoyed, my friend :)

Vicky said...

That's an interesting meme and your caption is funny!

Rosidah, thanks for dropping by at my Today's flowers post someone gave the name of the flower as Rangoon creeper also known as Chinese honeysuckle.
have a good day, dear!

Granny Sue said...

Oh boy. Kids. Nice take on the photo!

Naz said...

hahaha. Thanks for making me laugh.

RA said...

@Vicky: TY. Have a good day too, my dear :)
@Granny Sue: Kids are so unpredictable, aren't they ;). TY :)

RA said...

@Naz: You're welcome :). I'm glad you enjoyed.