In the Dark

I’m almost done typing Catherine’s interview. Do you want to see… what happened to the lights?

**Leaning outside the window**

Ok, so the lights seem to be out in all the other flats, but, **leans further out** the street lights are still on. Maybe a busted fuse. Yalp!

**Thud**

Ouch, thank God for thick bushes. I think I may have fractured something.


Find out more about the going-ons at Aambyville:
A B C D E


Trees Ronda Del Boccio

The photo prompt has been given by Ronda Del Boccio at the Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. The word prompt (Type) has been given by Denise Farley at the Girlie On the Edge.

30 responses to “In the Dark”

  1. […] Find out more about the going-ons at Aambyville: A B C D […]

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  2. […] Find out more about the going-ons at Aambyville: A B C D […]

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  3. […] Find out more about the going-ons at Aambyville: A B C D […]

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  4. Iguess one can stick one’s neck out too far! Good six.

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  5. Oh, no! I hope not. Fractures can be painful, but I guess it could have been worse if the bushes had not been there. Good SSS.

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    1. I’m thankful for the bushes too!

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  6. Ha, made me chuckle 🙂

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  7. Someone leaned out a tad too far.. Nice six!

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  8. surely one of life more emphatic rude awakenings!

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  9. Well, it’s not funny to fall out of a window, but she maintained her sense of humor in spite of her fracture, and provided entertainment for all of us 🙂

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  10. Oh, dear! Great story, and i hope no permanent injuries.

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    1. Oh no. The doctor said that it was just a bad sprain.

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  11. Ouch! Not funny, but funny, lol But only if no serious injury 🙂
    Fun Six Sentence!

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    1. Thankfully, not too serious

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    1. From now on I certainly am.

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  12. Time for pain relief drugs!

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    1. Would love one but the doctor has advised against it

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  13. Shouldn’t laugh about that mishap, but had to. Funny writing, I love it.

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  14. True story?! Yikes! Our power went out the other day, but my husband was the one home and I can report that he did NOT fall out the window checking to see if the neighbors’ power was still on! (It wasn’t – a squirrel got in the transformer AGAIN – not again for the squirrel, but again for the transformer. The squirrels never seem to notice what happens when their friend goes in and BZZZZZZT!!!)

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    1. Maybe they’re the ones who need to watch out. Thanks for reading 🙂

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  15. […] out more about the going-ons at Aambyville: A B C D […]

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  16. I know someone that says ‘yalp’. And, ‘yap’.

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    1. Would love to meet them someday 🙂

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