Friends play an important part in Clear As Day. In today’s six, I’m sharing another favorite secondary character moment:
“All right! Who’s ready to cut some water? Kay, want first go?” Dave shucked off his faded T-shirt that declared Firefighters Do It Hot and Wet. His tough, rangy body still hadn’t an ounce of spare flesh.
“Oh, be still my heart.” JoAnn grinned and fanned herself.
Dave’s laughter cracked out, and he tossed her the shirt.
JoAnn fake-swooned into a chair, clutching the shirt to her, and doubled up laughing.
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25 thoughts on “Fun With Friends – Six Sentence Sunday”
What a fun six 🙂
That’s super cute!!
I want a shirt with that saying! lol Fun peek, Babette. 🙂
Hi, Calisa, thanks. I always have fun writing Dave’s part.
Cute six! They sound like that they have a fun friendship. It is always good to have friends who keep us humble. 🙂
Thanks, Lorraine! I really enjoyed writing this group of friends.
Nice six to enjoy as I sip my cup of coffee. Fun six!!
Hi, Karen, thanks! I need more coffee here. 🙂
Fun six…this book sounds like a great read Babette!
Great six. Makes me smile!
Hi, Andrea! Glad you enjoyed it. 🙂
Ooh, I love the “tough, rangy body.” Nice description!
Hi, Ann, thanks!
Great six, Babette. I love the rounding out of a story by showing how secondary characters interact. It lends a realness to the hero and heroine’s lives. Love the t-shirt, too. LOL
Thanks, Vonnie. I always enjoy a story more when it has a strong set of secondary characters.
I love how playful they are. 🙂
Hi, Kate, thanks!
I like this fun, happy scene, really made me smile – terrific six!
You did a great job of making this scene come to life. Their dialogue felt real, and I like both characters already. Fun six!
Thanks so much, Sandra!
These two are so fun!