Hit the button Helen   19 comments

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers.


“Apartment 7B, you remember Helen?”

“I remember Aunt Iris.”

“When you get to the elevator use your left elbow to hit the up button. And once you get on the elevator just use your left elbow to hit the button for the seventh floor. “

“Got it! Seventh floor button. Use my left elbow.”

“When you get off on the seventh floor just turn left and I will be the third door on your right just use your left elbow to push the doorbell.”

“Why do I keep using my left elbow?’

“What, you would come visit without any packages?”


19 responses to “Hit the button Helen

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  1. Ha… but what if you have a backpack for the gifts?

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  2. Ha! You had me wondering and I totally love the explanation.

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  3. Hah! Couldn’t help but laugh at this!

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  4. Loved it

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  5. Sneaky little twist that! I’ll just hit the ‘send’ button with my nose – well, I need my hands free to applaud!

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  6. Ha ha – love that last line!

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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  7. Lovely read.

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  8. Wonderful! I really like this one.

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  9. Ha! Good old Aunt Iris! Nice one, DJ.

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  10. That would indeed be a cheek, turning up with no pressies indeed 🙂

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  11. You made my morning with this. 🙂 🙂

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  12. Brilliant! A laugh at last!

    Click to read my FriFic!

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  13. Ha, I admire her optimism!

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  14. Cute story and who would go visit without a present or two? This is a really good and well written tale.

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  15. Ha Ha, Talk about being presumptuous. But I was left laughing. Good humor.

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