Saturday, February 11, 2012

Engine 2 10-10 for a Wedding

Jillian was tired of waiting. She waited five years for Jake to ask her to marry him. She knew he loved her, but he also lived and breathed that darn fire department.

When she found out she was pregnant she said “That’s it! Either you marry us or we are out of here!”




“Me and our baby.” she replied.

He was so busy trying to save money to surprise her with a house, something she never had as an orphan that he forgot to get married.

He called the Chaplain and the wedding was at the firehouse.

After the house fire.
 Why don't you go 10-8 over to Jenny Matlock's blog (off on my tangent). I think she needs some help planning  a wedding.

Thanks for stopping by!~Ames


Nonna Beach said...

Hahahaha, that was so clever Ames and the photos are perfect...well done !!!

Koby said...

An enjoyable 106 words... I sure do love a happy ending.

Gail said...

Good take on the prompt

anitamombanita said...
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anitamombanita said...

Nicely done, Ames!

And yes, the critters all have names, although they're not actually all ours. The bassett and the australian shepherd are Gus and Oz, respectively, and they belong to my sis-in-law (or she belongs to them). The little mule lives down the road along with about 20 others and I have no clue what its name is, but they sure are cute.

The scottie is Jake, who you see from time to time on the blog along with his little cousin, Albert.

And there you have it...we're confirmed animal lovers. Have a great day!

anitamombanita said...

p.s. is that photo actually a wedding cake?!

Sarah in Maine said...

Great 105 words...and great cake !
Siggi in Downeast Maine

Judie said...

Hahahaha! Good one, Ames!! Love that cake!!!

Sue said...

Really clever, Ames!


Kara said...

Very cute! Love the cake

cj Schlottman said...

Great one, Ames! I'm with Judie on the cake. Love this.


Jenny said...

I thought of you instantly when I wrote this prompt!

And, of course, you nailed it!

What a neat twist here, Miss Ames!

Love your style, girl.