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SoCS – Flirty? Me?

Linda is asking us to ‘get our flirt on’ this week in her  Stream of Consciousness Saturday:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “coffee, tea, or me.” Find a flirty phrase of your own or use “coffee, tea, or me” in your post. Have fun!

This might be a challenge. I have never seen myself as flirty. I have always been tall and awkward. A woman I once worked with was tall like me and just as awkward. We coined the word gazork to describe us! I will do my best.

Once upon a time there was a little country princess — Me. (I know, I know. Just go with it.) In her country kingdom she would have suitors from all across the land traveling great distances in pursuit of her hand in childhood crushery.

The Blevins clan sent three well appointed suitors (disguised as coming to visit their Great Aunt) to seek out the young maiden. They were Rob, Russ and Rick— triplets.

The young maiden of course must have very discerning taste considering her station in life. She would not be quick to choose. But fate had set its course. Love was blooming unbeknownst to the fair maiden.

One afternoon in a rousing game of Cowboys and Indians (now deemed politically incorrect) one suitor caught her eye. The young maiden needed a strong (did not apply) suitor but most importantly one who stood out from all the rest — Rick. (Translation —- they were identical triplets but voila! Rick wore glasses!)

During the chase Master Rick caught the young maiden by the arm to which she exclaimed “Good Gravy!”  Their eyes locked and he spoke the words that would win her heart.

”I bet you make good biscuits, too.”

30 thoughts on “SoCS – Flirty? Me?”

  1. That was fun! It is a wise princess who takes her time in choosing. But oh, the games we used to play….. and how flirting changes as we get older and wiser.


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