Twittering Tales #144

Photo by Lisa Fotios @ Pexels.com

There were savoury biscuits, fresh crusty bread and smelly cheeses but in reality it was always about the wine.
Martine always wanted vintage red.
As long as she was happy to provide it, we didn’t really care.
We were selfish bitches and we had never really warmed to her anyway.

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My feature photo was taken in the Ice Bar in Finnmark, Norway.

This is another Twittering Tale, a fascinating writing challenge to create a tweet sized microfiction based on a photo. The challenge is hosted by Kat Myrman. Thanks Kat!

8 comments

  1. 🙂

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  2. msjadeli · July 9

    True-to-life tale. I LOVE that ice bar photo!

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    • Graham Lawrence · July 9

      Thanks for reading. That was a fantastic bar to visit. Very cold! The drinks were served in real ice glasses 🙂

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  3. Peter's pondering · July 9

    There are plenty of those around! Great tale Graham.

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  4. Kat Myrman · July 9

    Haha! Deliciously catty!!! I love your tale Graham. I can picture it happening! Yes, many of us have been there on one side or the other of the drama!

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