Friday, March 25, 2016

Morning Tee-Off

From NatGeo
When Evan dropped dead in front of his golfing foursome, Frank responded quickly.

With his brand new golf shoes, he nudged Evan, and turned him over.  “Damn!” Frank cursed, “Now I have grass stains.  Damn.”

Clem interrupted. “Well, you did insist on a morning tee-off time.”

All looked down at Evan’s still body.

Jack spoke up. “Who will be our fourth?!  It isn’t likely Evan will be regenerated anytime soon.”

Frank shook his head.  “No help for it.  Let’s head back to the clubhouse.  We’ll tell the Front Desk about Evan.” He nudged Evan once more with a heavy sigh.

This was a Wednesday Words Post, posts July 2015,  and I truly enjoyed writing it.

16 comments:

  1. Hope I don't die around friends like that!

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    1. Always be looking over your shoulder.

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    1. Lesson learned: pick your friends carefully.

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  3. lol they didn't want to play through?

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    1. I bet if they could snag a fourth golfer, they might have.

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  4. How lovely to hear that you enjoyed writing it as much as I enjoyed reading it (then and now).

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    1. Some times having opportunities to write a word limited post is so much fun.

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    1. Never take up golfing, unless it is with a bunch of nuns.

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    1. ...the smell of grass, quiet, birds singing...I can see that.

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  7. I'm curious, what manner of creature is Evan that he can be regenerated?

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    1. He can't be regenerated, which makes me wonder what manner of creatures are the three other golfers...

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    1. Some golfers are heartless when it comes the game.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!