Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt “When.”

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When it is Stream of Consciousness Saturday time you know, I’m going to participate. This weeks prompt is “When.” One little twist of today’s prompt is that Linda Hill has asked that those participating begin their post with the word “when.” Now you know why I started this post the way I did. If you would like to join in on this fun, please visit Linda Hill’s blog. Here is the link.

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Aug. 26/17

When by John W. Howell © 2017

“When did you make that up?”

“Make what up?”

“That story about the ghost.”

“I didn’t make that up.”

“Who did then?”

“No one made up a story it is true.”

“Oh, C’mon.There is no such thing as ghosts.”

“That’s what you think.”

“So how can you prove you saw a ghost?”

“That’s just it. I don’t need to prove it.”

“Why not?”

“There is a particular kind of person who can see a ghost.”

“Now you are talking crazy.”

“Here take a look at this photo.”

“Yeah.”

“What do you see?”

“A guy on a horse.”

“Does he look familiar?”

“Yes, it’s General Grant.”

“What if I told you it takes a ghost to see a ghost.”

“I would think you are nuts.”

“Turn around and tell me what you see.”

“Is that General Grant?”

“What do you think?”

 

47 comments

  1. Gwen Plano · ·

    Wow…that was an unexpected twist. Nice job, John…. 🙂

  2. That was fun, John… no telling what I’ll see next time I turn around! I hope you guys are weathering that storm ok in Austin.

    1. We can’t get any information which is killer.

  3. Great job, John! I hope you all are getting some rest.

  4. Uh oh. So if I see a ghost… not going there, John.

    Following the news out of Texas, and keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. It’s funny, upon making When a question, you never seem to get an answer.

    1. Ha ha ha. So true, GP.

  6. Well, that’s an unexpected twist.

    1. A little ghost story. 🙂

      1. Always nice to get one out of season. 😜

  7. When I read your posts (ha! did you see how I started this sentence?) I never know what to expect.
    Nicely done, John!

    1. Good job, Mae. Thanks.

  8. Crazy good, John. I love your twists!

    1. Thank you , Jan. I love to hear that.

  9. You’re so good at the twist ending. This one is one of my favorites, though. Nicely done.

    1. Thank you, Staci. 😀

  10. D.L Finn, Author · ·

    That was unexpected… Fun!

    1. Glad you liked it, DL

    1. Thank you, Michael.

  11. Really nice twist.

    1. Thank you, Craig

  12. You left me confused…do I see or not? Smiles

    Thinking of y’all ♡

  13. o_O Great fun, John. Hugs on the wing.

    1. Thank you, Teagan Hugs

  14. Have been thinking about you in Texas. Hope you are weathering the storm all right. 🙂

    1. We are fine here in Austin. Not sure how the house is but we are good.

      1. Good you are fine and I hope your house will be fine too.

      2. Thanks, Deborah.

  15. When the crazy meet the crazy John, when oh when might it end??

    1. When indeed. Thank you Michael.

  16. Haha! You know, there’s a ghost of a chance that ghosts exist. 😉

    1. Don’t tell me if you’ve seen any. Thanks, Linda.

      1. My lips are sealed. 😉

  17. This was great, John! Nice twist. Hope all is well with you in Austin and your homestead.

  18. I wasn’t expecting that ending John.

    1. I’m glad, Guy.

  19. Well – you know how I feel about ghosts. Enjoyed it, John!

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