MLMM Saturday Mix — B&B

D4B36CCB-6344-4622-AF98-0A0574AE1BAEThe fire alarm sounded the warning for all the guests at the quaint Bed and Breakfast to leave the building. The B&B’s host, Mr. Stevens, made sure everyone was out of the house by the time the fire department arrived.

Fortunately, it was a grease fire that was limited to a small part of the kitchen in the back of the large, old house and the firefighters were able to get it under control before it did too much damage.

Still, the B&B’s kitchen would be out of commission until the damages could be repaired. So being the good host that he was, Mr. Stevens contacted a local caterer and arranged to have both solid foods and liquid refreshments delivered for his guests to enjoy. He also told them that they would not have to pay for that night’s stay at his B&B.

This post is a twofer. It is written for both today’s one-word prompt, “warning,” as well as for today’s Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie’s Saturday Mix Opposing Forces challenge using the two opposite pairs of words “guest” and “host,” and “liquid” and “solid.”

6 thoughts on “MLMM Saturday Mix — B&B

  1. pensitivity101 March 31, 2018 / 8:14 am

    Nice combination.
    When we were house hunting last year, I set off the smoke alarm in the B&B as the kettle didn’t switch itself off. Daft place to have it under the smoke alarm IMO, but there you go. I was not popular with the other guests as it was 7am, but I did apologise to everyone at breakfast.

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  2. Sight11 April 1, 2018 / 11:09 am

    I like to reply, but I guess I’m lazy so I will just like a previous comment that you made. Oh well might as well post this one as a comment.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Michael April 1, 2018 / 4:43 pm

    What a good host he was to provide both solid and liquid refreshment. Nicely done.

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