Smile : Friday Fictioneers

Copyright-Ted Strutz

Copyright-Ted Strutz

“Honey – when are you getting free from your chamber tonight?”

“I have got two more souls sitting outside for me to relieve them from pain.”

“Don’t waste a second after that, I have a surprise for you.”

“You never stop surprising me sugar – do you?”

“How can I not think of the most important person in my life?”

“Even after these five years I do wonder why such a gorgeous and famous news anchor fell in love with me.”

“It was you who made me smile;  no one knew I had a smile before I came to you.”

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A different mood this week. Thanks once again to our fabulous host Rochelle for hosting Friday Fictioneers once again!

 

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36 responses to “Smile : Friday Fictioneers

  1. Dear Indrajit,

    I’m not sure from the conversation which is he or she but it’s apparent that the dentist is the one who gave the anchor a bright smile in more ways than one. Nice.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    • I agree Rochelle – I thought of that too – and added the adjective “Gorgeous” to describe the female character.

      but then does it really matter in love? 😀

      … and thanks for your appreciative comments !

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  2. awwwwwwwwwww .. romantic.. and may they live smiling always

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  3. What a sweet love story (if not a little vain perhaps?)! Maybe the last line could be changed to: no one knew I had a smile before I came to you.

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  4. It’s beautiful narration for the soul. Love the narration embellished with beautiful, soothing words:)

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  5. Nice! Someone who has created a smile in more ways than one.

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  6. making someone actually laugh or smile is truly a way into their heart 🙂

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  7. Dentists can do that! Their gift. Clever.

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  8. Lovely take on the prompt

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  9. Such a sweet smile connection 🙂
    Great minds think alike & we both have ‘Smiles’ in our stories 🙂

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  10. This was so sweet and such a clever love story. The last line wraps it up wonderfully! 🙂

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  11. What a nice way to find a win-win in love..

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  12. Awww….it’s a love story ❤

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  13. Very nice idea. I wish my dentist would find my smile instead of causing me to go “AAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!”

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  14. Your story made me smile 🙂 My dentist is a man, but his dental hygenist is pretty.

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  15. The second consecutive romantic story I read, and as a romance writer I have to document my “Aww!” I must say, however, that in the beginning, your “when are you getting free from your chamber tonight?”
    “I have got two more souls sitting outside for me to relieve them from pain,” had me bracing for something on the ghoulish side. Well done!

    Greetings from Greece!
    Maria (MM Jaye)

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  16. Enjoyed that – thanks

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  17. Now, that’s a sweet story. The photo tends to lend itself to something more sinister, so your tale of love is refreshing. 😉

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  18. Great read. Loved the last line it says so much.

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