Welcome to Friday Fictioneers again – the first one for August! How quickly the summer is passing by. I suspect many of us will be writing along the same theme this week. My first attempt pretty much mirrored Rochelle’s submission and I abandoned it. So although it’s the broadly same theme, I tried to put a different slant on it.
“You don’t think it’s a bit… er… big?”
“First it was the blue and yellow stripes,” he’d shouted, “then it was the clanging noise…are you never satisfied, woman?”
Mother Nature had held up her hands. “You asked my opinion… and another thing…”
God had sighed. “Now what?”
“I just wondered about chemical resistance, you know what mankind is like.”
God folded his arms glowering in silence.
“Oh forget it, just smaller then,” she’d sighed.
Aeons later, he rolled up his sleeves and began work on the prototype again.
“I hope you’re not going to say I told you so,” he muttered.
“Would I ever?….”
This week I’ve incorporated a new page on this site – Book Worm. If you’ve got the time or the inclination to check out the first post, it’s at Garden Tomes. Feel free to add your contribution.