Thank you to our friend Lynn Obermoeller from over at "Present Letters", Lynn, What’s for Dinner? and Lynn, What’s for Dessert? for this cool picture:
|Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy ~ Kathy Matthews|
"After working hard for 35 years at the rock quarry, Fred Flintstone had finally reached the age of retirement. Hanging up his hard hat and putting down his lunch pail on his last day; he never looked back. Now was the time to do all those things that he and Wilma had been dreaming of.
Pebbles was grown and married, Dino and the cat were long gone. Fred and Wilma had given up their beloved home in the suburbs, and downsized to a retirement condo in the hills.
They couldn't beat the view, there was no lawn to water or mow and it was brand-spanking new. Plus, upon purchase, they had received an incentive lightweight sporty vehicle, the much coveted "Rockis". It was so much easier to drive up that hill than their old dinosaur of a car.
You will love this entertaining story of The Flintstones happy golden years." (150)
I am participating in Lisa's Book Blurb Friday, from over at Writing in the Buff. It is fun, and you can play too! Pretend that the picture above is the cover of a book. On the inside jacket, you have 150 words to entice the reader to buy your book. Lisa gives us a week to think about next week's entry (she's gracious like that). Please CLICK HERE to read what everybody else wrote!
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