It’s that time of week again–time for Friday Fictioneers on a Wednesday morning! This week our photo prompt is courtesy of Ted Strutz (who’s a pretty cool guy that you should get to know), and by the week’s end it will inspire scores of original 100-word stories. My story this week weighs in at exactly 100 words.
“You tellin’ me your shit don’t stink?”
Dana knew better than to roll her eyes.
“Only person ‘round here who can get away with that is your mother. That’s why I married her. Now, go back and do it right.”
Dana went back to weeding the garden, grumbling. Then she caught sight of an old commode behind the tool shed.
Early in the morning on Mother’s Day, Dana wrangled the commode into position in the front yard. Petunias cascaded from the tank and bowl. “Stinky shit makes darn good fertilizer.”
Seeing her gift, Mom laughed. “Well, the flowers are beautiful.”