Monday, April 16, 2012

17 comments:

fidel said...

From one retired educator to another, thanks for dropping by my blog.
Amusing story from M to N. My stories also started connecting from F for Feriha...and its been fun watching them grow!

Sandra Tyler said...

Thanks for finding me! Wish I'd known you soon in the challenge-- want tovknowcwhatvhappens next!

SherryE said...

I like your story. Looking forward to reading what happens next.

JoJo said...

Hi Grammy! Thanks so much for stopping by my humble bloggy and reading my Narnia post! :D

mybabyjohn/Delores said...

Sounds like there's a bit of history with the good detective.

Jack Edwards Poetry said...

A great section, I can't wait to see whats next!

Grammy said...

Fidel, to read all of my story go down to where you see April 9 post and read it from the beginning. It all connects. I realize it is long and like Pinocchio's nose, it grows longer by the day. Ha.
I thank all of you, my readers, for continuing to read my posts. I am busy hopping down through the blogs trying to visit everyone at least once this month. I will get back to regulars and new ones that I will be following when May rolls around. :)
Ruby aka Grammy

Mark K said...

Grammy,

Well here I am, all the way from the hearth, where you kindly commented on my poem 'Numb'.

Love the story, especially the line: '...he would be taken to police headquarters and grilled like a steak...'

Brilliant :)

Best wishes, and bless you for stopping by,

Mark

Angie said...

Grammy,

Thanks for stopping by my blog! What a challenge it will be to visit everyone, but you seem to have the spunk to do it. :)

I enjoyed today's section and will come back a little later to get caught up. Looks like a fun story and you've hooked me!

Lynn Proctor said...

funny story :)--thanks for visiting too :)

Dina Thanki said...

Thanks for visiting my blog :) you short story here has me wanting to read more. I will be making my way through your posts while I travel on the bys to keep me busy :) thank you again x

As a Writer... said...

Hi Grammy, thanks for visiting my blog! Great story!

anthony stemke said...

Good story, thank you for calling.

gail said...

Thanks for stopping by!

jimlwright said...

Lordamercy Grammy! I'm ready to pull out all nine of my hairs! I love this story but even more, I love the way you tell it! What is it about us Southerners and story-telling?

Grammy said...

gee whiz! I dunno! it must be that it jest comes natch'ral to us. :)

jabblog said...

The tension mounts - as it should in all good thrillers:-)