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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

FF: Surprises

PC: Dale Rogerson
My name is Dora. I am 32, married to a nice man. I live in Clarington town and I got a job in this carton department of Paul & Davis Company. PDC as the town calls it.
For the past few days, I have been tired, bored and cranky at work surrounded by these drab looking boxes. I felt like crying every morning.
So, this morning when I entered work, I was surprised to see this beautiful arrangement of flowers on my desk that had a card “You bring the color, the freshness to my life.I love you, the bloom of my life - *Husband*”
Now, I am having this goofy grin on my face all day.
 This post is written for Friday Fictioneers

56 comments:

  1. Ah sweet. A little gesture can mean so much.

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    1. I agree Iain :-)
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  2. That's a great husband she has. Lovely story. --Gah Learner

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  3. That was very sweet of him. Nice little fluff here, Mrs. Dash :)

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  4. Now, that is nice !! What a surprise ! Such surprises I love too !

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    1. I love such surprises too.
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  5. Dear Dee Dee,

    That would certainly put a goofy grin on my face. Her husband's a keeper. Nicely done.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  6. Oh wow! I love how both of us saw it to be an office space.
    Lovely story , DeeDee.

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    1. :-) Super minds think alike Moon
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  7. Flowers are the best gift ...... most of the times.

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    1. I agree...most of the time :-D
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  8. Flowers can brighten up a person's day.

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    1. I agree James
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  9. Oh what a loving husband and beautiful surprise for you ~ ^_^

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  10. You story nicely shows that no matter how faded and limp a person feels, a little encouragement can work miracles.

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    1. I agree SITW
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  11. He must have known she was struggling - the true sign of a great husband!

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    1. I agree Lynn
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  12. Sweet! Lucky girl to have an appreciative husband.

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    1. Understanding and appreciative :-)
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  13. Something like this makes your day! Such a sweet surprise!

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    1. I agree SHivam
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    1. it is, isn't it :-)
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  15. Aww, what a nice man, indeed :)

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    1. A keeper he is :-)
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  16. Very sweet. His lovely gesture has changed her whole day!

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    1. I agree Alistair
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  17. Now I've got a goofy grin too! Delightful.

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    BTW - thanks for your feedback on my new header. I agree and I've changed it back!

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  18. It's so wonderful to run across such a sweet story when most of us went the deathly route. Excellent!

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    1. Thank you Alice
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  19. The carton boxes in your story occupy centre-stage with the flowers. The goofy grin adds to her face value.
    http://ideasolsi65.blogspot.in/2017/08/prompt-dale-rogerson-she-practiced-neck.html

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  20. Aww, that is the sweetest thing!!!

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  21. Your husband loves you, you are making ends meet with your job> Now you need to find something that fills you with passion! Go for it:):)

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    1. Life is perfect :-)
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  22. I adore the whole idea of it! The contrast between the blandness of the boxes and the brilliance of the flowers. The thoughtfulness in the gesture of the surprise of flowers among the gloom and the heartfelt note. And then the transformation from cranky to a goofy grin. Beautiful, uplifting and heartwarming!
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    1. that I am sure he is :-)
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  24. And new follower! Wanted to wait until I was sure GFC would take me. Most of the time, it doesn't work for me now.

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    1. I do hope it works for you someday again :-)

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