Friday, April 6, 2012

Friend

31 comments:

mybabyjohn/Delores said...

You sure know how to keep a gal on the edge of her chair.

Horst Peters said...

Came across your blog because of the A-Z thing. I'll come back to read more of your stories.

If you have time ,come visit my blog, "Tangents"

http://horst-peters.blogspot.ca/2012/04/f-is-for-friday-good-fiday.html

Julie Daines said...

What a fun and interesting story. Thanks for sharing!

Kathy said...

Good for you, for being such a great story teller and for taking on this challenge. It certainly isn't for the weak of heart, mind or soul.
I am a Grammie, but hope to live to be a Great-Grammie.
Thanks for popping into my post.
Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

Tracy Jo said...

Love coming back to your story...can't wait to see where it will go. :-) Happy weekend!

Marian Allen said...

Wow! Writing a story for the A-to-Z Challenge? What a great idea! I guess it's too late to travel back in time and copy off of you. Maybe next year! lol!

Marian Allen
Fantasies, mysteries, comedies, recipes

Grammy said...

Hey, y'all, thanks for the comments and encouragements. I am having a ball writing it. I can't wait to see what will happen, either. Ha.

Leovi said...

FRIEND, lovely word, I think it's the second or third that comment today, but I love and is ideal for this challenge.
Saludos afectuosos.

Susanne Drazic said...

Looking forward to reading the next installment tomorrow.

Stephanie V said...

I am really enjoying your story. Such talent! Thanks for entertaining me at the end of a long day of blogging :)

nutschell said...

love the theme you've got going here. and what a great story it's turning out to be.
Great A-Z post!
Nutschell
www.thewritingnut.com

About JollyJilly said...

What a fun little story I loved it. Glad you came to visit jollyjills and to meet another fellow quilter. I'm now following. Happy Easter

Haddock said...

I think I will end up reading till Z :-)

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

What a terrific idea to write a story to wend your way through the alphabet. You smartie. Yours is the third post I've read today based on the word "friend", but yours didn't make me cry. Just made me want to read more.

rch said...

Great installment for F, you really have a flair for detail and dialogue that draws the reader in.

Stephanie said...

You have a way with words! This was my first visit to your blog, so I was confused for a few minutes, until I realized that I was reading an installment of a story. Very interesting take on the challenge...now I have to go back and read your earlier posts!

Grammy said...

Gee, thank you all! I can feel my head swelling with all the kind words and I can hear my daughters saying, "Oh, no, I don't think your head can stand getting any bigger!" Ha ha ha. (Just joking, girls)

M Pax said...

Very nice. I really enjoyed reading this. Rich in detail in nuance. Great job.

Lily Tequila said...

This is a fabulous idea for the A-Z!
My eldest grandchild is 2 so might be a while before I get the Great Granma status- nice work Grammy! :-)

cleemckenzie said...

Congratulations on the story, Grammy. You're braver than I am taking on the A to Z with a story. Excellent.

Thanks for stopping in at the Write Game to say hello. I appreciated your comment. New follower here.

Karen Walker said...

Cool post, Grammy - just blog hopping around like you - nice to see you again
karen

EmptyNester said...

I enjoyed this! I can't write fiction no matter how hard I try but I do enjoy reading it! :) Can't wait to read more!

Kirsty said...

Crikey - very clever to carry on a story - breaking off at just the right moment for the next letter. Love all the names of the characters. I want to see more of Cookie Jack.

I'm guessing you've written this already, right? or are you writing as you go along?

Grammy said...

Nope, writing as I go...never know what I am going to write until I sit down in early morning to compose. You will no doubt see more of Cookie Jack (maybe) :)

danneromero said...

intriguing, grammy....

kmckendry said...

Great idea! Can't wait to see what happens next!

Susan Kane said...

You are one clever girl, Grammy.

Al Penwasser said...

This is a great story. I love serials! I also like cereals, too. Mostly anything with bran in it because I can always use a gentle push every now and then.
Even better if there's a prize in it. Like lick-em tattoos.

Al Penwasser said...

This is a great story. I love serials! I also like cereals, too. Mostly anything with bran in it because I can always use a gentle push every now and then.
Even better if there's a prize in it. Like lick-em tattoos.

Ciara said...

Love the dialogue. The description of the man kneeling with the bald head was vivid. Great job!

Deana said...

Great entry of a friend. I really enjoyed reading it:-)