Flash Fiction Friday – June 17, 2016

Flash Fiction Friday

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “short”, but for the purposes of this “Flash Fiction Friday” post it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene (aka Drabble) written from a photo prompt.

Today’s prompt picture is:

http://www.adweek.com/adfreak/kraft-salad-dressing-ad-gets-best-present-ever-slap-one-million-moms-150412
Disclaimer: The images used in this blog’s posts are found from different sources all over the Internet, and are assumed to be in public domain and are displayed under the fair use principle. Click the image to be taken to my source for today’s photo prompt.

This is another Adventures with Harrison and Mason short scene.

Harrison sat straight up in bed, gasping for breath.

Mason blinked open his eyes and placed what he hoped was a comforting hand on his husband’s thigh. “It’s been a while since you had one of your nightmares. You okay?”

“Not a nightmare.”

“No?”

“No. Dreamed about you, spread out on a red checkered picnic blanket, naked. You were luring me over with some grapes.”

Mason smirked. “I’m pretty darned insulted that your dream-self needed grapes to be lured over.”

Harrison winked and leaned over to kiss Mason. “Didn’t say they were needed, only that you thought they were.”

If anyone would like to join me in a Flash Fiction Friday link-around, I’ve started posting a preview of the image early in the week, with instructions.

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