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Monday, 10 May 2010

Microfiction Monday #2



Susan at Stony River hosts this fun theme each Monday, so do pop over and read the others who have signed Mr. Linky. The rules are thus:


Every Monday Susan will post a picture for the subject of your story. Microfiction means the shortest of short stories. Think Aesop's fables, comic strips, or even jokes: complete stories that can be told in under a minute. For this game, the limit is a tweetable 140 characters or fewer, including punctuation and spaces.


Here's today's picture and my contribution.


Three buddhist priests were enjoying their visit to Washington DC,


especially when one of them declared

“Hey I found a four leaf clover!”

44 comments:

gregj said...

So lucky for him, better than stepping in something.
Good one. Thanks

jabblog said...

It pays to be observant ;-)

Valerie said...

What a lucky find...

SouthLakesMom said...

So how do 4 leaf clovers and karma work together? I'll have to think about that today!

Good one!

Akelamalu said...

Much better than stepping in something gregj ;)

It certainly does jabblog :)

Indeedy Valerie :)

Not sure SouthLakesMom but he seemed pleased. :)

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

NOW..that is HARD to find!
Great one!
mine is here
Happy Monday!
Happy MM!
hugs
shakira

first50 said...

That guys has the eyes of an eagle.

Julia Smith said...

Stop and smell the roses, stop and discover the four-leaf clover. Living in the now can bring the most unexpected pleasures.

Janel said...

How sweet! I hope he gets lots of good luck, that is a lot of lawn to search for clovers.

anthonynorth said...

Now that was lucky. Nicely done.

Peggy said...

Sweet is right, how nice to be so thrilled with the little things.
After reading left me with a smile.

Daryl said...

Lucky indeed! Well done.

Sylvia K said...

Yes, definitely lucky! Most all the others just stepped in dog poop! Fun take on the pic of the day! Hope you have a great week!

Sylvia

Ron said...

I love this Akelamalu!!!

How HUMOROUS and CLEVER of you!

And I wondered the same thing as SouthLakes Mom....

"So how do 4 leaf clovers and karma work together?"

HA!

Brava, m'dear!

Hope you're enjoying a wonderful Monday....X

Grandma said...

Sounds more like the luck of the Irish than the luck of the Buddhists. LOL

My MM: Standout
 

Thom said...

LOL...wouldn't you know they would find one :) LOL Too funny. Boy my friend Brown resigning today...your elections are in turmoil I tell ya. ;) Hard to keep up with and follow :) Excellent MM and have a wonderful week ahead :)

tilden talks... said...

"... with a little bit o'luck..."

Kristine@SaladBowlMommy said...

his lucky day! I wonder if they believe in luck the same way we do though. but for me, if I find out, I'll go and buy lottery right away, haha.

Susan at Stony River said...

So that's what he's looking at! LOL He should give it to the President -- I think he could use one of those!

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Could we call this Their Lucky Charms.

secret agent woman said...

The Buddhist monks I've known were playful enough that they'd enjoy finding four-leafed clovers!

Quilly said...

LOL! And much better than what my guy found!

christopher said...

All the more worthwhile I'm sure!

gaelikaa said...

Nice one, Akelemalu! Enjoyed...

Jingle said...

that's playful!
thanks for the fun.


http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/05/10/microfiction-week-3-what-is-this-place/

mine is here.

Akelamalu said...

They are hard to find Shakira!

He sure has first50 :)

You're so right Julia :)

He may have found more Janel ;)

Indeed it was lucky Anthony ;)

I'm happy to make you smile Peggy :)

Thanyou Daryl x

I noticed others thought there was a lot of dog poop on that lawn Sylvia so my guy was very lucky to find a four leaf clover! LOL

Glad you enjoyed it Ron x

Possibly Grandma LOL

They're blessed Thom! ;)
Brown? He's a first class w****r!

Yes indeedy TildenTalks

I think he did believe in luck Kristine ;)

Maybe he will Susan ;)

We could Bill :)

I'm sure they would too SAW :)

Better than dog poop for sure Quilly LOL


Quite Christopher :)


Thanks Gaelikaa x


Cheers Jingle :)

annamis said...

Even the smallest thing is importent. Lucky it wasn´t a dogs poop!

Akelamalu said...

Certainly better than dog poop annamis. I visited your blog but was unable to comment because I couldn't understand it, I'm sorry. :(

MancingGembira said...

wow how lucky he is.
~mancing~

Sashindoubutsu said...

Haha! Cool! Now these lucky monks had a rare find.. just like them - a rare find in DC.^^

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Akelamalu said...

Yes he is MancingGembira

Lucky monks indeed Sashindoubutsu

Thankyou joven

buffalodick said...

I still have one a little girl gave me 25 years ago...

hope said...

In D.C., that would be as big a miracle as a balanced budget. No, wait. There's a difference between dreams and fantasy. ;)

Suz said...

Oh the luck
of way

Mama Zen said...

Clever!

Bob Mac said...

loved it, great imagery and a very tight twist, made me smile. mama butterfly you got talent.

Travis Cody said...

Monk 1: He stepped in it, didn't he?

Monk 2: Yup.

Monk 1: Hey doofus! Didn't you hear me say to watch your step?

Monk 3: Wise a$$.

Monk 2: Nice. Now we have to go back to the hotel for fresh sandals before we tour the White House. Bonehead.

Cloudia said...

Always great!
Aloha from Hawaii


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Misty Dawn said...

Hehe I like it. I must admit, my first thought was "What the heck did I just step in?"

Spiky Zora Jones said...

hehehehe...maybe they're making sure they don't step on dog poop too.
xx

Michael G-G said...

Commenting late, but better late than never, eh?

What a great idea to have a four-leaf clover. My 7-year-old son would agree with the monk: he's always on the look for one of those special clovers.

Have a great week.

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