Oh we could definitely have fun with this one. I'd make the story a drama, something very emotional will go on at that pretty table setting, something contradicting the pleasing visual. Maybe a mother-daughter episode, either an unraveling or a reconciliation. Isn't it amazing the amount of potential, of story, that can transpire in one small setting. Photographs are great prompts.
Joanne, let me know if you write a story from this. It sounds as if you have some really great ideas bubbling up! Last time I did this kind of thing we had some really great short stories. And yes, photographs are GREAT prompts! Would love to hear what you come up with!
Isn't that funny. I also thought of several scenes that would make a story, just from looking at a lovely, yet simple setting for two. I just might have to expand on that myself. Take care. Susan
Okay i got one. My story will encompass a mother who left her daughter on the door step of a neighbor 16 year ago. Now almost an adult, she's come in contact with this lady who clams to be her mother. Having the gull to finally face the mother who left her as a baby. they are about to meet and the picture you posted is the setting. A place where hearts can be shattered, tears will be shed and life will change no matter which way you look at it.
Oh please share, Susan! Would love to hear your ideas! xo
Wow, Jonathan, this could be a heart rending story! Amazing how such a calm setting could hold a scene of such depth and touching human drama. I can see it all unfolding as you describe. I do wonder how it will turn out....as the story teller, you hold the answer.....
This reminds me of tea time and play-doh cakes, cupcakes with my daughter. So cute.
Oh Mermaid, I do like that! I see you there at the table, the two of you, chatting away in dress up clothes! What fun! xo
Hello dear DianthaEven though I haven't been blogging you and your grandson have been in my thoughts every day. I hope he is recovering and soon will be home running around creating havoc like all 6 year olds do.This tea for two photo reminds me of my friend who has just visited Australia. We shared so much laughter and stories while at settings like this. Take care dear friend.Big hugsPeggy xxxx
Thank you so much Peggy. I'm thinking of taking a break like you have....Probably will. Since our grandson is not well yet, and will need another surgery, I just don't have my heart in the blogging world! Let's keep in touch anyway ok?Thanks for your feedback here! xo
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