#atozchallenge, C is for Chair…

Chantal strolled into The Pink Pig, the place to be on Friday night in Nowheresville, Oklahoma, glancing around for her girlfriends.  Figures she’d be the first here, surrounded by testosterone-oozing, beer-drinking cowboys.

Skirting the dance floor, she made a beeline for an empty stool, slung her blue-jean clad bottom onto the chair and bounced off a hard muscled, blue-eyed cowboy who was sitting at the same time.   They turned, she blushed.  He insisted she sit, got her a beer and before long, her number. At closing time he drove her home, walked her to her door and kissed her senseless…

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My theme this year is 100 word stories.  (So, no, don’t count this line!)

Inspired by one of my favorite pick up songs, The Chair, by George Straight.  If you don’t know it, have a listen!

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42 responses

  1. Sigh… who could resist? Another good one Dee! Although I think this one needs a sequel! Maybe “M” is for “morning after” ? 😃 Not sure I can wait that long, though! “D” is for ‘day after’ LOL!

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    1. You know, someone said something about a difficult conversation the principal avoided in the Apple one, so I have considered doing a sequel to a few of them. It would make it easier for me! And thank you!

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      1. Ooooh! That’s fabulous! 😍

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  2. A the handsome cowboy – nice touch of romance 🙂

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    1. There’s always a handsome cowboy for a romance writer 😉

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  3. Love the song ❤ It's always nice to start the day out with a little music and romance ❤

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  4. Always hockey. This is the last week of regular play and then we get in to playoff season and everything changes…I’ll have to get the game face going…

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      1. Totally be the distraction now too 🏒🏒

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  5. a very nice photo!

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  6. And ‘her senseless’ would be which part of her anatomy? 🙂
    Lovely tale (yes, that’s tee ay el ee), Dee. And you didn’t even have to steal my title this time. 😉
    Kindness – Robert.

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    1. hahaha, yes, just try to imagine where her senseless would be! You always make me laugh, Robert!

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      1. You’re not short of amusing facets (oops, nearly typed faucets there) yourself, Dee. 😉

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      2. I’m a little prouder of Letters A and B, but I’m flattered you would stoop to read one of my posts at all 😉

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      3. New blog, new leaf.
        Plus – I enjoy reading what you write. 🙂
        Mindfully – Robert.

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      4. Yeah – so you should be. It’s a real honour I’m bestowing on you, right!
        (Ooops, did I just spoil it!)
        🙂 🙂 🙂

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  7. Oh, I absolutely love kissed her senseless. I don’t even read romance or anything like it, but that’s a classic line. Well struck!

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    1. Oh, aren’t you sweet? Thank you!

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  8. Now this is more up my alley….leave all that death behind!! I like romance and you do it so well!! 🙂

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    1. Aww, thanks, Deb. I’m gonna mix it up a lot but I may repeat some characters for different letters (maybe there will be a wedding!)

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      1. Ohhh weddings…now you’re talking!! (writing) Do I have to wait for “W”? 😉

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  9. ❤ 🙂 😉

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  10. Short, sweet and I love that last line!

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  11. Loved this one. Just like Marquessa says it’s a sweet, short story! 😃

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    1. Thank you, so glad you liked it ❤

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  12. You are so good at these and this reminds me of one of your stories that I loved!

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    1. Oh, thank you Lynn. Hoping to keep posting the reunion soon.

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  13. […] My theme this year is 100 word fiction.  (So, no, don’t count this line!)  This is a continuation of Chantal’s story from C is for Chair which you can find here. […]

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  14. Nice to know they got a happy ending – (beware – spoiler follows) strolling down the aisle. 🙂

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    1. In y mind, everyone gets a happy ending!

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      1. It’s a great way to look at the world. Worlds without end.
        Oh.

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