Thursday, June 15, 2017

Link: A Six Sentence Story


As I was mulling over my options for this week's Six Sentence Story prompt, my 18 year old daughter walked into the room, and when I asked her what she thought of when she heard the word "link," this was her reply:

"Link Larkin, you know, Zac Efron's character from Hairspray (she proceeds to sing "And I'm...LINK!"). Or link sausages, because I REALLY LIKE link sausages. Or chain link fence, or linking arms, because I like to do that. Oh, or that annoying email you get all the time that tells you someone added you on Linked In, but I'd go with Link Larkin."



Good choice.

Linking up with Ivy at Uncharted for Six Sentence Stories with the prompt "link."

14 comments:

  1. That brought back memories of linked sausages hanging in the butchers shop with sawdust on the floor to soak up drips of blood from hunks of meat for all to see. I must be getting old!

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    1. A link sausage here isn't nearly as cool as the ones you remember! They're about the size of your thumb and not linked together at all! :)

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  2. Thanks for the smiles.😊
    Best wishes,
    Moon
    https://aslifehappens60.wordpress.com

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  3. I love it when a Six is the Six and the process becomes the product.*


    *and other, long-drawn-out ways of clark to say, 'Hey! Good Six Sentence Story' lol

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    1. When she started talking, I started writing. Easiest story ever! And thanks!

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  4. Delightful! I smiled at her quick and clever answers, and then thought about how much you are going to miss your bright and beautiful daughter when she is away at school. I am glad she is not going to be too far away!

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    1. She didn't even hesitate; she just started reeling them off! I guess I'll have to call her next year when I need help with a prompt!

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  5. Well there you go! I love how her mind just plowed through all possibilities...that's awesome!

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  6. Now we know how to do it. Just ask an college bound 18 year old for endless possibilities! Great Six.

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    1. Thanks! I got so much more than I expected when I asked the question!

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