Three Line Tales, Week Twenty-Six

Three Line Tales, Week Twenty-Six

three line tales week 26: summer camp

photo by Maher El Aridi – here’s the full-size version

Something Real

Sissy and Ezra asked their father to tell them a story, but he said he would tell them something real.

People said we would never live on the moon because it was too far away, there would be no water, no way to grow food, and we would float in the air without the ability of staying grounded.

They were wrong because we are living on the moon with the things they said were not possible and everyone here has a bright future ahead of them,  and for generations to come.

Copyright © 2016 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved


14 thoughts on “SOMETHING REAL

  1. I just wonder if that will be possible one day? What a very intriguing thought. Great write and a lovely response to the prompt. My first go at FFfAW, so nice to see familiar faces 🙂


    • Thank you! If we can put a man on the moon….(years ago) I think anything is possible, but it will take a lot of money and the desire from those in charge to get it done. I will never see it happen and probably my granddaughter will not either, but maybe someday it will happen.

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      • I suspect we may have to think of something along those lines one day as the earth’s resources diminish and what life will be like then who can say. Interesting to imagine though. Great story 🙂

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    • Thank you! With it being so dark, for some reason the idea of the tents being on the moon came to me for some reason. I kept staring at the photo to try to come up with something. I do that a lot on the photo challenges and something usually comes to mind fairly quick, but sometimes I’ve spen a couple of days trying to come up with something. Times like that makes me wonder if I’ve lost my creativeness, then I seem to come up with an idea. I guess everyone has those days.


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