Leo’s Pride – Friday Fictioneers – 3/01/13

Copyright: Beth Carter

Copyright: Beth Carter

Do you have a friend who enjoys a photo challenge? Then you should send them a link to the Friday Fictioneers weekly photo prompt. Last week we crossed the century mark for the number of entries to the weekly tussle. Writers from all corners of the world add their interpretation of the prompt. You can too by following the link to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields each week.

A special thanks to Beth Carter for the photo we use as the jumping off point.

Genre (General Fiction)

In his mind, the collection of junk was as good as any other car on the road.

But Leo’s mind was an eclectic mix of thoughts much like his “homemade car”.

He even played the Johnny Cash song while he worked on making it “perfect”.

“One piece at a Time” was the perfect song for the labor of love Leo employed building his “car”.

For all the doubters he created a cardboard sign defending his car’s honor.

“Sure It Runs!” was the biggest declaration. He could certainly mimic the sound of the car his dad owned when he was young.

 



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About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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54 Responses to Leo’s Pride – Friday Fictioneers – 3/01/13

  1. julespaige says:

    My first car was a ‘Fix It Again Tony’ and it had a hole on the floor of the front passenger side. Got cold real quick. Thankfully it ‘retired’ earlier than later in the short time that I had it.

    Thanks for your visits.
    Cheers.

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