Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt “Fine.”

Stream of Consciousness

 

It is Stream of Consciousness Saturday time again and this week’s prompt is “fine.” There are bonus points if this post is finished with the word fine as well. If you would like to join in the fun, go to Linda Hill,s blog and read how easy it is to wander off the edge of the cliff. Here is the link. https://lindaghill.com/2018/03/02/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-march-3-18/

Fine by John W. Howell © 2018

“Fine day we are having.”

“Yes it is fine isn’t it?”

“So what does this fine day find you doing?”

“I need to do a little fine fixing up around the house.”

“What is fine fixing up?”

“It’s where my usual fine carpentry hack job won’t suffice.”

“What does a fine carpentry hack job look like?”

“Oh, you know. wood shavings and fine dust everywhere.”

“Ah. Fine. I get it. No real attention to cleaning up and such.”

“I think those are the fine points. It is also not enough care about the project.”

“The fine details?”

“You got it. Like making sure fine lines are taken out.”

“And the finish has a fine softness.”

“With a fine sheen like hand rubbed.”

“How do you get a fine sheen.”

“You have to use a fine brush and no drips.”

“That sounds fine, but there must be more to it.”

“You have to choose a fine grade of steel wool to polish the surface.”

“After your fine coat of Polyurethane?”

“Yes. A fine observation.”

“What should I look for when I want fine steel wool?”

“The package has a grade from coarse to fine.”

“What a fine way to get the right stuff. You going to go for the extra points?”

“As long as you are fine with what I have explained.”

“I’m fine.”

“Fine.”

 

 

35 comments

  1. Challenge met – and a fine job done.

    1. Thanks for the fine comment, Keith.

  2. What a fine story, John! Enjoyed it immensely 😊

    1. And you are a fine judge of writing, Harmony. Thank you so much. 😀

  3. […] is fine bourbon; John Howell has good taste. Why do you care so much about math, […]

    1. Loved the ping, Dan

  4. I do believe you did a fine job of making the goal!!

    1. And your fine comment makes my day. ;-D

  5. “Are you going to go for the bonus points?”

    Um, this is John’s blog…just saying.

    Fine job, John, very fine.

    1. Thanks, Dan. Fine of you to say so. 😀

  6. Oh man, Dan stole my line. 😦 Enjoy this fine day, John! Happy Saturday!

    1. Thank you, Jill. Happy Saturday to you *sung to the tune of King of the Road by Roger Miller.

  7. Such a fine post. We won’t fine you this time, Mr. Howell. 😉

    1. Oooh. Thank you. 😀 (good one, Charles.)

      1. Always nice to start the day with humor.

  8. A fine post, John. 😀

    1. It’s fine of you to say so, Jennie.Thanks. 🙂

      1. Haha! 😀

  9. Gwen Plano · ·

    LOL, it’s great you can make fun of the repairmen’s work. It’s says something about you having a fine sense of humor. 🙂

  10. Hahaha!

    And I promise I wont use that word in my comment . . even though it’s so hard not to. I mean, the way you deftly weaved it into each sentence, I mean it was so fine!

    Ooops.

  11. This was so much more than simply “fine”, John.
    Well done.
    Again.

  12. Excellent job, John! I thoroughly enjoyed this!

  13. LOL. Thanks for the morning fun, John. But now I have the scent of that polyurethane up my nose… Gee thanks, fine. 😉 Hugs on the wing!

  14. Well… that’s all fine! Your grammar/spell checkers must have had a fine time handling all of that… 😛

    1. Ha ha ha. Not allowed to use checker on this exercise.

  15. I’m sure you finally finished a fine job John.

  16. I’m going to go through those papers with a fine toothed comb until I can prove that I did not deserve that fine.

    1. Excellent. While you are fine toothing the papers maybe you can find evidence of a fine setup.

  17. Ahh, as always, John, you did a fine job! 🙂

    1. Thank you, Lauren.

  18. Jami Carder · ·

    Extra fine post.

    1. Super fine comment. Thank you.

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