Friday Fictioneer – Jason

PHOTO PROMPT © Melanie Greenwood

PHOTO PROMPT © Melanie Greenwood

“What am I doing here?” Michelle asked herself, watching Jason drive.

Jason was poor, supporting himself as a dishwasher in a greasy spoon. Her friends called him an uneducated loser.

Yet she was drawn to him. Jason was athletic. He was a multitalented, self-taught genius. Most of all he was kind and caring, lending Michelle a smile when she was down.

The car came to stop and Michelle took her bearings as Jason opened her door. They were in a pavement desert.

“Where are we going for dinner?” she asked, confused.

“Havana,” he answered as they boarded his private jet.

Word count = 100

Friday Fictioneers is hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.  This weeks prompt is here and uses a photo provided by Melanie Greenwood.  Read more or join in by following the “linky

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30 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneer – Jason

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  2. JS Brand

    You’ve done amazingly well to give so much insight into TWO people with so few words.
    I’ve always liked to think I’d behave like Jason if I were a billionaire (and single), but I’d probably be more like Hugh Hefner.

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Thanks Amy! A few of you out there that I follow have been doing these so I decided to try back in early December. The first two I did were very dark, so I wanted to lighten it up a bit.

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Thanks Rochelle! He is smart and Michelle is to for following her heart, not her friends’ advice. Still slowly making it through the other stories – some very good ones so far!

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