An Impossible, Endless Struggle

2F73AAA9-06BC-4D27-B9B4-B86553C1B241“You have been promising to renovate our dingy kitchen for years,” Donna complained to her husband.

“Yeah, yeah, I know,” David said. “I’ll get around to it.”

“When?” Donna asked. “I swear, David, you’re impossible. Getting you to do anything around here is an endless struggle.”

“Well, Donna, your ‘honey-do’ list is so damn long, I have to be efficient when it comes how to parcel out my time,” David said. “But I assure you, when the time is right, I’ll glide right into the task. It’ll be so smooth, like butter. I promise.”

“Yeah,” Donna said sarcastically, “but will you glide into it before you die? Because if you don’t get to it soon, I’m going to kill you.”


Written for these one-word prompts: Your Daily Word Prompt (renovate), Word of the Day (dingy), Ragtag Daily Prompt (parcel), Daily Addictions (glide), Scotts Daily Prompt (die), and for Teresa’s Daily Writing Challenge using the words “impossible,” “endless,” and “struggle.

13 thoughts on “An Impossible, Endless Struggle

  1. Sight11 November 6, 2018 / 8:01 pm

    That’s a good kitchen, minimalistic approach….

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  2. Somewhere Sea November 7, 2018 / 10:50 pm

    I wonder how many times per week, all around the world, this conversation takes place… 😉

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    • Fandango November 7, 2018 / 11:19 pm

      Ha! Probably a million times a day.

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      • Somewhere Sea November 7, 2018 / 11:27 pm

        It’s probably more hilarious to me because I’m contentedly ALONE 🙂

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