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Flash Fiction #43

 ©David Stewart

Tuba Or Not Tuba

“We can’t all be first-violinists!  Someone has to push wind through the tuba.”

“Take it easy, Bob.  We’re just a little brass band.  114 more words

That's Life

Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better

Written for Friday Fictioneers. My story starts after the picture prompt. Other stories can be read by clicking the blue frog at the end of this post. 113 more words

Flash Fiction

Kankakee Sends Back Letterman's Gag Gift As Retirement Present

CHICAGO (CBS) – Things came full circle Tuesday night for David Letterman and the good people of Kankakee, as the city turned a gag gift from 16 years ago into a retirement gift for the Late Show host. 196 more words


Tuba Players - Friday Fictioneers

Tuba Players

“Oh, the boys in the band are so dreamy!” said Natty. She smiled as the band played in the park’s gazebo.

Betty grinned too. 139 more words

Short Fiction

Always Travelling

And while I was away, I took a few photos at the park in the little town of Arlington.

I love the little gazebo and the bridge. 33 more words

Introducing Embroidered Vingettes

In my last post, I focused on passion I have harboured for a long time—embroidery.

Mexico is replete with hand embroidered purses, tapestries and clothes. 204 more words

In The Studio

A Late Winter Walk

The world is but a canvas to the imagination.
– Henry David Thoreau

A few days before the official start of spring, I took a walk at one of my favorite places, the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.

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