Friday Flash 55: 9.18.09

She flipped her perfectly tousled hair, which worked flawlessly with her low slung jeans, pumps and tank top, baring the team’s logo stretched tight across her chest. As she walked toward Wrigley Field, she eyed herself with a glossy pout in every window down Clark Street.

Yes, she decided, she looked just right for a ball game.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. dayner
    Sep 20, 2009 @ 20:51:49

    You’re a natural at shorts.

    Reply

    • kathanink
      Sep 21, 2009 @ 10:46:54

      Thanks! I think it might be because I don’t have to develop the character too much. I prefer short stories, which is why I am wondering if I’ll ever really be able to do a novel. I think I am too impatient.

      Reply

  2. darksculptures
    Sep 18, 2009 @ 21:21:00

    I can just see the vanity trot! Great job describing your character through action. Man I need to take some more writing classes. You and Dayner both just blow me away.

    Reply

    • kathanink
      Sep 20, 2009 @ 11:39:21

      LOL – thanks, DS! The funny thing is, if you’ve ever been to a Cubs game, this is what most of the women look like (at least those that are there to watch boys and not the game)!

      Reply

    • dayner
      Sep 20, 2009 @ 20:45:44

      How do you figure? I loved the cheesecake post!

      Reply

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