August 6, 2011

The Wall #9

In response to the weekly prompt from Jenny Matlock's Saturday Centus. Word limit for today - 50 words plus the prompt...The Wall continues...

Fighting on the street below interrupted my sleep but quickly dispersed when the angry innkeeper stepped outside.


Drifting off to another childhood memory...Grandfather's cabin beside a tiny lake up north. Swinging together on the porch swing each evening, he sang, “You are my sunshine, My only sunshine...”, until my head began to nod.


In case you're wondering what this is all about, you can read the continuing story @ The Wall page.

Jenny Matlock


Pondering My Meanderings,
Wanderer

12 thoughts about my meanderings:

jfb57 said...

This is such a brilliant creation of yours & well done for keeping up with it no matter what the prompt!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

The porch swing sounds nice:@)

cj Schlottman said...

This is beautiful, despite the noise in the street! The image of you and your grandfather is vivid and very touching.

Namaste.........cj

Dazee Dreamer said...

that is so sweet. and so true. I love to hold my grandkids and caress their heads while they fall asleep.

Judie said...

You continue the story so seamlessly! Brava!!!!

Sue said...

It's such a hard task to keep a story going like this. You are doing great with it!

=)

Neni said...

what a vivid imagery... I can imagine them sitting on that porch... :)

Jo said...

I am amazed at how long you have kept this going ... kudos!

Nonna Beach said...

Excellent and HOORAY for continuing your story...I am enjoying each installment very much !

The memory of a backyard swing reminds me of swinging with my Nana after dinner on lovely California nights long ago.

Anna said...

Well done! I like the part about the swing.
Best wishes,
Anna
Sanna's Sunshine SC Wk 66

This is my cat Sara's blog post about the letter "P":
P is for Presents - Sara Cat AT-rd-3-P

Jenny said...

Bravo. Love this. One of these days I'm going to attempt a continuing story...but it would be hard to be in the same arena as this and not pale in comparison.

Really well done.

Wanderer said...

Thanks, Jenny. And I don't believe that for one minute! I love your writing style :)

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