Friday, June 25, 2010

Friday 55

FINALLY! Life is returning to as normal as it gets for me. :) Meaning it's time to play "Write a story in 55 words ". When you do, be sure to let the G-Man know, then kindly visit as many 55ers as you can.

Selling trinkets to tourists hadn't been her idea of fun.
But his English was better than her Japanese,
turning the sale into a game of
Using hand gestures, they figured out how to make the transaction.

55 words wasn't necessary for their conversation.
A simple smile, it seems, is the international symbol for gratitude.

For the rest of the story, which is true this week, visit here


John's comments said...

Wave smile and hand chat. Mine is mere demonic temptation in this week's 55!

steveroni said...

A smile...and laughter? Oh I have GOT to go read the..."rest of the story" NOW!

for my "55" GO HERE

Monkey Man said...

Will have to check out the back story here. Great 55. Min is also up.

Alice Audrey said...

It's almost enough to make one glad to be out there trying to sell something.

Mama Zen said...

This is a good one. You created a really strong visual.

hope said...

John, I'll be reading everyone on Saturday...thunderstorm brewing as we speak. Hey, you didn't do that, did you? ;)

steveroni..see you saturday.

Monkey Man; I missed you guys. Tomorrow I read.

Alice Audrey: it really was a pleasure to deal with the man.

Mama Zen: thanks! After today's awful kids, I'd rather spend the time back with the delegation from Japan!

g-man said...

A smile is indeed international!
Hope...This was very cool.
Thank you so much for deciding to play today.
Excellent 55 My Dear
You Rock The South Baby!!
Have a Kick Ass Week-End

Dan said...

Been awhile since i have read one of you 55's hope.

Excellent as always matey, and makes you want to check out the rest.

Is all well in the land of hope and glory?

Susan at Stony River said...

Aaww, I hope it becomes a love story. I like to imagine what was being sold -- ? LOL

mapstew said...



hope said...

Thanks G-Man! has been a bit weird at times. But isn't it usually? Glad you're still around.

Susan, for better or worse it was a real story....check the last few paragraphs of the Double Dutch story. ;)'re so cute. :)