Sunday, September 19, 2010

Monday 9/20/10 - "FREE SPIRIT" - Micro-Fiction Monday




MICRO-FICTION MONDAY


"FREE SPIRIT"


She was a free spirit. They married. It rubbed off on him and he insisted on walking barefoot everywhere, feeling earth beneath his feet.



Prayer Girl


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21 comments:

Brian Miller said...

smart man. barefoot is best

steveroni said...

I've been 'barefoot' all my life, as like, right now.

Wanda's Wings said...

The simple pleasures of being barefoot. Thinking of you.

Jim said...

P.G, I like free spirit girls.
Now when you marry one things become a little, no, a lot different.
..

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

I guess he wanted to be closer to the Earth, or to Tip Toe through the Tulips.

sylviamorice said...

Oh--this is good! What wouldn't be better than walking barefoot anywhere.
Have a great week. Cheers!

Syd said...

Nothing wrong with walking barefoot. Except that time is almost over as fall approaches.

quilly said...

I completely understand why he is barefoot. Why isn't she barefoot, too?

KB said...

I love walking in bare feet. It's so freeing.

G-Man said...

PG....
You are so positive, and somewhat of a Free Spirit yourself!
You Rock Baby.....!!

Susannah said...

Love it! it is good to feel the earth beneath your feet. :-)

Deborah said...

Oh I do like this one :o)

Ellie said...

I loved your take on the picture - so much left unsaid. Brilliant!

Have a great week x

Priyanka Bhowmick said...

walking barefoot is a different pleasure..

Granny Sue said...

I like it! Nice take on the picture.

Pat said...

Indeed, married couples become more alike the longer they are married. I really like your take on this week's picture.

mile191 said...

hey prayer friend.
i think of you often.
i have missed a lot...i will be back again soon
mile 191

Diane said...

Lovely put! :O)

Peggy said...

Yay for all the free spirits out there! Very very nice!

septembermom said...

A free spirit is a lovely one. Great microfiction :)

Susan at Stony River said...

Oh lovely! I like a free spirit, and this pair is just stealing my heart!