Your three words, my little story: Gwyn D’s words

Your three words, my little story
Gwyn D’s words: carousel, happenstance & audacious


Late Wednesday evening, Gwyn was walking into the Sloan coffee shop, when she noticed a very attractive fella sitting outside with his dog. They nodded and smiled at each other, before she opened the door and ushered her niece inside.


By HAPPENSTANCE Thursday she was sitting at the same table with her niece, while he walked in with his dog. This time he asked her, “Do you want a refill?”


“No thank you, maybe tomorrow.” She said with a cute little grin.


“Ok! Looking forward to it”


Friday they met in line, she still had her niece, but he had a young boy with him. He said, “How about tomorrow we meet at the carnival. Same time, somewhere around the CAROUSEL?”


“How AUDACIOUS of you!” But she was trying to figure out a way to ask him something similar anyway. “With the kids right?”


“Oh yeah!”


“Make it seven and you have a deal. By the way, don’t you owe me a coffee?”


My cute little grand son Liam. So proud of him!


11 thoughts on “Your three words, my little story: Gwyn D’s words

  1. Alright Jim! I read your story, Family Doctor and really enjoyed it. The writing just naturally drew me in and almost from the start I wanted to keep reading to find out what this guy’s story was and what would happen next. It was touching at the end and a little sad to realize for just a moment he had lived out one of his fantasies from that picture on his wall. So… what happened next??

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  2. A practice tool and hoping to get my name out there. If I keep writing like this, in a year I could have three small books: 1-‘How ya lime my hat’, 2-‘Past, present & plans which would be an autobiography and 3- ‘Your three words, my little stories. They will be small paperbacks, but they will be published.

    Have you read my short shory, ‘Family Doctor’?


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