Old friends, cars, and Flash

Well happy Monday, All. So many things going on, I’m going to start in the middle again. You know I like to do that. šŸ™‚

Yesterday I met up with some friends from high school days. It’s amazing that even though we are 50-something years old, when we get together, it’s like we are teenagers again. Here’s a pic of my two friends (they are sisters). Don’t ask me what method I used to get this effect, because I couldn’t tell you. It was a fluke.

We met up for lunch at a place called the Dutch Ale House. I’m not a big drinker, as you probably know, so I just had water with a lemon slice. I took a picture of these Dutch clogs:

There was a Car Show going on in the neighboring streets by the restaurant, so I couldn’t resist taking some pictures. The most interesting of the day, to me anyway, was a 1915 Ford. The tires were so much thinner back then, and the inside of the car much simpler.

One of my Flash Fiction stories is up at 101 Words and you can read it here

If the link isn’t working, as they get grumpy sometimes, you can copy and paste: https://www.101words.org/the-truck/

Bailey is currently resting. Surprised? No, I didn’t think so.

Mr. Porter started a new job today, so please send prayers and/or good vibes. I know I am always nervous on the first day of a new job!

Have a good week everyone!

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5 thoughts on “Old friends, cars, and Flash

  1. Yes, I can attest that you ate lunch! šŸ™‚ Nice time visiting with my old friend — isn’t it amazing that we can seem to just pick-up where we left off?

  2. Sounds like a lovely day. I meet with 5 high school friends once a month for an early dinner. It IS amazing how we have hardly changed at all….or else our eyes are fooling us! LOL

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