What Did You Do on Your Summer Vacation?

6939BFFA-6678-4753-9885-00A11AE6A69C“Hey, dude, good to see you,” Sammy said to Frank. “When did you get back?”

“On Monday,” Frank answered.

“So how was your summer?” Sammy asked. “Where’d you go? What’d you do?”

“I spent the summer in Ocean City, Maryland,” Frank answered in a matter of fact tone.

“Wow, Ocean City,” Sammy said. “Cool.”

“Not so much,” Frank said. “I spent the summer as a busboy at a crab house. It was hard work at minimum wage. And the trouble is that I used to love blue crab, but after crab being the mainstay of my diet for the whole summer, the thought of even a scintilla of crab gives me the dry heaves.”

“I can relate, dude,” Sammy said. “ I spent the summer working for a landscaping company, and if I never work on another flowerbed for the rest of my life, it will be too soon.”

“Sounds like neither of us had a great summer,” Frank said. “You know, buddy, classes for the fall term don’t start for another week and a half. We should take a trip somewhere and do some heavy duty unwinding.”

“Great idea, dude,” Sammy said. “And I know just the place. We can catch a flight to Cancun tomorrow.”

Written for Paula Light’s Three Things Challenge, where the three things are “busboy,” “flowerbed,” and “Maryland.” Also for these daily prompts: Daily Addictions (trouble), Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (diet), Ragtag Daily Prompt (scintilla), The Daily Spur (trip), Weekly Prompts (unwinding), and Word of the Day Challenge (flight).

8 thoughts on “What Did You Do on Your Summer Vacation?

  1. Naonato August 21, 2019 / 11:26 pm

    Neat story!
    Also, thanks to your posts I’m finding loads of new challenges to join! So thank you for that.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Fandango August 22, 2019 / 7:05 am

      Excellent. I love responding to the various challenges other bloggers offer.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. leigha66 August 22, 2019 / 8:16 pm

    Oh, to be young and wealthy and able to fly off at a moments notice… great post!

    Liked by 1 person

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