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Saturday, November 12, 2011

SATURDAY CENTUS..

JENNY offers up all kinds of fun rules for her
SATURDAY CENTUS
THE PROMPT THIS WEEK IS THE ABOVE PICTURE. YOU ARE WRITING THIS GIRLS STORY....the one circled in PINK.
WORD COUNT - Not to exceed 100 words.
STYLE OF WRITING - Any
NO ADDITIONAL PICTURES.

ONE GIRL'S STORY
It seemed to her that, in order to play ball for THIS team,
her hair HAD to be RED.
"What's up with all the red hair here?" she asked her coach.
He said, " Well, toots, since our team's name is 
THE REDHEADS FROM WICHITA.
if you can't dye your hair red, you have to wear a RED wig.
So, a wig it was.
She loved playing on this team of redheads...even tho the tempers flared often.
When she grew up, would you believe that her choice of hair color .....
RED.
All's well that ends well......as long as it's RED.
Hahaaaaa....that was fun, Jenny.
I am also linking with
SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY since I found shadows in this photo. :>)

22 comments:

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

While I like red, I wouldn't be quick to dye my hair or wear a red wig!

A Wild Thing said...

Always wanted red hair and freckles, but now I find that silver coordinates so much better...LOL!!!

Love the pic of you and hubby, you look like a really fun gal, us older bloggers have so much experience to share...and frankly m-dear, we just don't give a damn, we are who we are, like it or not, a girls just gotta have fun!!!

Thanks for stoppin by!

Ralph said...

That is red red and more ruby hair. Hey, rules are rules! Although a heavy red wig might make for a sweat fest in the Panhandle!

Kelly said...

Cute story! I like red hair too.

forgetmenot said...

I'll have to keep an eye out for those "Redheads of Wichita" since I live in Wichita. Haven't seen that much red hair in a long time!!
Have a great weekend. Mickie :)

NanaDiana said...

What a CUTE, CUTE post. I love this little Centus! xo Diana

Nonna Beach said...

Excellent take on this week's prompt...welcome to Saturday Centus !

Cassie said...

Oh I love red hair! My hubby was a ginger, my son was a ginger and I tried it once myself. Looked like Howdy Doody. hehe.

Judie said...

Redheads have another advantage: They have more hair per square inch than brunettes. Great take on the prompt!!

PEA said...

What a great job you did writing a story to go with that picture...love it!! hehe Most of my family/relatives are either blonde or dark haired but I did have one cousin who had natural bright red hair and tons of freckles. She used to stand out quite a lot in family pictures! lol Unfortunately she passed away of cancer when she was just 30 years old...but I'll always think of her as my little red haired cousin:) xoxo

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Cool story BJ, the centus is always fun! Happy Saturday:@)

anitamombanita said...

Wiggy! Fun post! :)

Sue said...

It's a funny picture, isn't it? And you did a good job making it come alive!

=)

Vee said...

Well I couldn't imagine how you'd approach this...you did it with your typical wit and good humor, Toots. Cute!

Sweet Tea said...

Good story!
Love your imagination!

Karen S. said...

Ha ha ha, this was so cool, and all I have to say is go red go....give a R RRRRR Give me an E EEEEEE ....give me a D DDDDD! Spells RED!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

That is the craziest rule we've ever heard!! Fun, but crazy :) Have a great weekend BJ!

LV said...

You have plenty shadows standing around. Take care.

Bethe77 said...

A great twist of the redheads. That she wanted to be red when she became an adult. Wonderful I love red heads.
Blessings

Jeanette said...

Very different post. Cute, but different. I am a brunete, and have a hint of chestnut in my hair, but I am not sure I would dye it red.

Tgoette said...

"...even tho the tempers flared often." LOL! As someone married to a redhead, I can relate! Wonderful job on this!

Jenny said...

Loved this!

Number 6 is actually one of my red-headed Granddaughters! And she does have a bit of a temper!

Thanks for the smile!

Loved your take on the picture prompt.