Summer distractions

PHOTO PROMPT © J.S. Brand

 

Hector had trouble concentrating.

“Stop eyeing the busty boss, and get to it!” Alan, commanded him, mouth twisting around a chewed up twig.

“I wasn’t even looking at her bust – quick, she’s coming! Look busy!”

“I have been busy.”

A white summer dress breezed towards them, skimming slim calves. She tapped on the carved wood, sighed and cocked her head. “Boys, this is no good. It needs to be more… interesting. More depth. It’s too shallow.” The wind carried her off.

“I think she’s talking about you.” Hector grinned. Then, “You think she was flirting with me?’

“Work!” growled Alan.

100 words

Well, one can always wish, Hector.

Hope you enjoyed this week’s flash fiction. Thanks To J.S Brand for this week’s intriguing prompt.

Written for Friday Fictoneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. The challenge is to write a story in 100 words or less.

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10 thoughts on “Summer distractions

  1. Great dialogue that really brings your characters to life. I think Hector may be barking up the wrong tree with the lady in the skimming white dress. Punching above his weight 🙂

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  2. I had a (guy) friend in college who told me he looked forward to spring and summer when the girls all wore floaty, sometimes sheer dresses. This story took me back there 🙂

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