J is for Jack and Jill
I didn’t want to go on that camping trip with Jack and Jill. You know the old saying of “Three’s a Crowd.” Jack had been my boyfriend before Jill came on the scene and snatched him away from me. I was devastated as I’d thought he loved me. He insisted that we all stay friends as much as I didn’t like the idea.
When he invited me on the camping trip, I initially refused but he was persistent. I hadn’t taken a vacation in a while and when he offered to pay for everything, I decided to go after all.
I’m a chef at a well known French restaurant and he needed someone to do the cooking while he and Jill were busy making out in their tent. Honestly! Did they think I couldn’t hear them? Disgusting!
I told them about a wonderful spring up on the mountain side with the best water for miles around. People came from all over to fill up their jugs with this magic elixir. Apparently the water had healing properties.
Jack and Jill took bottles and rushed up there right away. I asked them to get some for me to use in cooking the special dinner I had planned which made them even more enthused.
As I was starting the campfire to cook dinner, I heard screans above me and looked up to see Jack tumble off the cliffside, followed by Jill, their bodies hurtling to the rocks below.
Darn. I forgot to tell them to watch out for that loose precipace up there.
Oh well. More dinner for me. Bon appetit!
I am participating in the A to Z Challenge writing a blog post for every day in April, except Sundays. http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/
Here are my previous posts for the challenge:
A is for Andante or Allegro, which one are you?
B is for Beauty of Birds
C is forMy Favourite Words begin with C
D is for It's Still a Delightful Day!
E is for Elusive Eloise
F is for Forgive and Forget
G is for Guilt
H is for Holiday in your Head
I is for Jack and Jill
Oh!! Wicked, wicked girl!! :DReplyDelete
Haha! Thought I'd try something different for today instead of my sweet romances. Mwhahaha! You like those wicked twists, too, I know Shilpa. Must read your story for today.Delete
That's an interesting take on the rhyme. rhyme to fiction. Good job.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Sheethal. Thought I'd try something different.Delete
Hahaha..I love the use of the poem in crafting this story! The ending was dark and yet funny! 'More dinner for me!'ReplyDelete
Shubhangi @ The Little Princess
Thanks a lot for dropping by. Yes, thought I'd try something different as I tend to write sweet stories. My dark side does come out occasionally.Delete
:O :O :OReplyDelete
You ARE a wicked, wicked girl! :D
I loved this! :D
Chicky @ www.mysteriouskaddu.com
Thanks a lot, Chicky. It was fun to write and make it dark and twisted instead of my usual sweet and sentimental.Delete
LMAO! This is great, Cathy. Breathing new life into a tired, old nursery rhyme. Jack and Jill sure got theirs! ☺ReplyDelete
Thanks, Debbie. I enjoyed trying something different and going to my dark side for a change.Delete
Omg! What a wicked wicked mind is that! *Wink wink*ReplyDelete
Serves them right!
This was spectacular, Cat! The way you wove the rhyme into a tale...you are so good! ♡♡♡♡
Haha! Thanks, Shilpa. Appreciate your encouragement and support. I had fun being wicked on this one. Mwhahaha!Delete
Hmmm..Now that's wicked..A perfect sweet revenge :) Don't people take out revenge when they are betrayedReplyDelete
Launching SIM Organics This April
*Menaka Bharathi *
Thanks, Menaka! I had fun writing a wicked little tale instead of the usual sweet and funny things I like to write.Delete