Germs, germs are everywhere. It’s time to clean, to burn, to wipe away her residues.
Olivia has left, and soon another one (with other germs) will come.
I’m never really taking off, but it’s the landing that will hurt. I should know. My bones and heart have scars to prove it. Women are like airplanes.
Germs, are everywhere. These cushions need to go.
Clean and disinfect, her germs are everywhere.
“Order new carpets and upholstery”.
“Mr Hughes, Miss Fontaine is here”
“Great,tell her to wait downstairs, I just need to clean myself”.
Germs are everywhere.
Since Rochelle didn’t do historical fiction I thought that I would do it this week. Recently I have been listening a lot to the podcast series “You must remember this”, about stories from Hollywood. In many stories Howard Hughes is important, both his efforts to make his own films, and his many many affairs with women. I can just imagine how it must feel to have germ phobia and dating many women (often in parallel) must have put a strain on him. For those that missed the reference to the ladies in question, I was referring to the Howard dated the two famous sisters Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine in parallel.
Friday Fictioneers is a blogging community who write stories to the same image every week, Rochelle selects the picture and leads the way with her stories, and there are many excellent writers who participate every week.
I just wanted to take the opportunity to market dVerse were we share poetry 3 times a week. Every second week we have an open link opportunity, and this week I host. Take the chance to bring a poem, link-up and chat about poetry. We always open the prompt at 3PM CET.
June 8, 2016