Someday I’ll Marry Julie-With-The-Pretty-Blonde-Hair

PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll

Someday I’ll Marry Julie-With-The-Pretty-Blonde-Hair

 I can tell by the roll of my sister’s eyes—she does not want to take me on the Magic Mushroom ride again. Silly Sis. It’s not the ride that makes me drag her by her sleeve into line again.

It’s Julie-with-the-Pretty-Blonde-Hair.

Finally, she succumbs and stomps into line, and I’m within inches of my love. When an intoxicating scent wraps around me, I wonder: Is it cotton candy or Julie-with-the-Pretty-Blonde-Hair?

It doesn’t matter. I could live here forever.

Our mushroom takes flight. I point, unable to contain my enthusiasm. “Someday, I’ll marry Julie-with-the-Pretty-Blonde-Hair,” I yell.

Sis rolls her eyes. Again.

THE END

Friday Fictioneers is a compilation of writers from around the world who gather online weekly, guided by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. The challenge? To write a story in 100 words or less based on a new photo prompt.

Click HERE to read more stories in an online flash fiction anthology by the Friday Fictioneers.

Thank you, J. Hardy Carroll  for a fun photo prompt!

AUTHOR NOTE:

Just last week, I had fun in a Flying Triceratops with my grandson, Tommy, at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Though I’m pretty sure, at the age of four, it was flying a Triceratops that made Tommy squeal with joy, and not Julie-with-the-Pretty-Blonde-Hair.

I must admit, I squealed a little, too.  🙂

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24 Responses to Someday I’ll Marry Julie-With-The-Pretty-Blonde-Hair

  1. rgayer55 says:

    Ah, the schoolboy crush. I remember being severly afflicted on more than one occassion. It’s an experience that makes one dizzy. You captured it well.

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  2. That was such a sweet story. Well done.

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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  3. I love how fascinating you make real-life scenes, Jan. Wonderful little story!

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  4. Dear Jan,

    How sweet. When my eldest son, Shannon was four he was going to marry Paula-with-the-pretty-blonde-hair. He ended up marrying Sayda with the pretty black hair. 😉 It’s all good. 😉 Love your story. And of course Tommy is just adorable.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  5. Iain Kelly says:

    It’s good to have a dream – I hope he doesn’t have it crushed. Great photo 🙂

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  6. His yell has given the game away. Ah, young
    Love. 😄

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  7. I wonder if she’ll ever get together with the-boy-that-lived-in-hope! Nice one.

    Click to read my FriFic!

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  8. pennygadd51 says:

    A nicely written, sweet tale as delightful as cotton candy or blonde hair! I’m still smiling!

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  9. Dale says:

    I just love this. So perfectly told! Julie-with-the-pretty-blonde-hair probably doesn’t even know he exists…

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  10. Norma says:

    Someday perhaps… who knows and the sister would still roll her eyes. But that would be some…day.
    Nicely written.

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  11. tedstrutz says:

    Good Lord, it’s Jan Morrill!!! Sweet story.

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  12. Dan Bohn says:

    I loved – Julie-with-the-Pretty-Blonde-Hair – Great story.

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  13. Moon says:

    Such a sweet and beautiful story, Jan. Loved the title too. 🙂

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  14. Thanks for adding the pic of your grandson at the end.
    Sweet story.

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