Friday Fictioneers: The New Boat

This is my second entry into the Friday Fictioneers flash fiction challenge run by Rochelle Wiseoff-Fields. This week’s picture prompt was provided by Georgia Koch. The challenge is to write a story within 100 words.

boatpilxr_-antiqued
Copyright – Georgia Koch

‘Just look! Isn’t it wonderful?’ Kev exclaimed.

‘Wonderful?’ Valerie shifted her disgusted gaze between him and the dilapidated vessel, her painted lips pursed. ‘How much more money have you wasted? And you expect me to live on it! You know what, Kev? I’m sick of this. It’s over.’

The ring that had adorned her finger for nearly five years landed at his feet.

As his soon to be ex-wife stalked away from the river Kev examined his new boat with satisfaction. It had worked. Their pre-nup was quite clear. By leaving him she wouldn’t get a penny of his money.

Word Count: 100

Click the little blue frog to see the other entries.

Advertisements

19 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: The New Boat

      1. My husband bought a boat to do up. When I first saw it I thought it was a mossy hillock. I cried while cleaning it. It’s now more like a giant white egg on stilts. My lips have been pursed many times.

        Liked by 2 people

    1. Before editing it down to 100 words there was mention of several other things he’d done to try to get rid of her. You have to wonder what further lengths he’d go to if this one hadn’t worked! 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    1. Except he’s going to have to live on a rickety old boat for a while – he wouldn’t want her getting suspicious now, would he? Thanks for liking. 🙂

      Like

Comments are closed.

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

Mihran Kalaydjian's Official Blog

Trust your own instinct. Your mistakes might as well be your own, instead of someone else’s. Billy Wilder

Chronicles of Illusions

When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. – Lao Tzu

The Gardener's Notebook

Nature's storyteller

Canny Catnip Nook

This nook for cats also includes nature, consumer stories,gardening, health and poetry and stories

The Invisible Girl

A girl who is hard to see

Laissez Faire

Letting Life Lead

...

love each other like you are the lyric and they are the music

%d bloggers like this: