August 14, 2011

The Wall #10

Jenny Matlock

Based on the writing prompts of Jenny Matlock, this week's entry may contain up to 53 words including the prompt, "Laugh out loud" and a picture if desired.  Click on the Saturday Centus button to read the other entries or share one of your own.

The continuing saga of The Wall...


~Grandfather loved playing his fiddle and singing! He'd pull it out of the chest in his room and say, “Sit a spell and I'll play you a piece!” I laugh out loud remembering that he never called me by my name. After listing his daughters, he'd end at Sharry and that stuck.~

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Pondering My Meanderings,
Wanderer

12 thoughts about my meanderings:

Sue said...

My mom had a similar "list" way of calling us.

Nice continuation of the story...

=)

jeff campbell said...

A wonderful continuation...nice ;-) Peace and blessings

Ames said...

Did he have so many children he couldn't remember your name? I am going to have to go back and read the previous story.~Ames

Jo said...

I am thrilled that you have kept this going for so long. love the image with a Grandfather and his fiddle that you have implanted in my mind!

Cheryl said...

I need to go catch up on your story because I'm totally lost. D'OH!

Karen S. said...

What a lovely response! All these different replies for laugh out loud, are so fun to see ! Thanks so much!

Judie said...

I can relate to this post so well! My grandmother never forgot my name but she would have to go through every family member to get to it! I always found that strange since I was her favorite grandchild.

Great take on the prompt!!!

gautami tripathy said...

Wonderful Centus!

hinder the tremors

Nonna Beach said...

Very well done !

I love that you are still continuing your saga but darn, we need more words next week !!!

cj Schlottman said...

This is so dear. Keep this story going!

Namaste.........cj

Tgoette said...

What a sweet moment in time you've captured here! Well done! As one of 5 boys I can relate to the "list" quite well.

Jenny said...

I love this perfectly preserved moment. I can see it so clearly in my mind!

Just lovely.

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