“What on earth are we going to do with so many bottle caps? Sometimes I don’t understand you.”

At a craft fair, I met a old lady who makes unique feather art pictures. She selects, dyes, glues the feathers onto a background (painted or simple) and frames them. I wanted to reference her online, unfortunatly, she said she wasn’t available there. She seemed like a nice woman, a go-getter, but I couldn’t understand why she wouldn’t want to share her work everywhere.

I wiggled my nose, blinked my eyes, and took a few steps back when a man approached the table. He was tall, wore a hat. His confident hands held out a group of bottle-caps. “Look, honey,” he said. “I’ve found a new cap for my collection.”

She replied, “What on earth are we going to do with so many bottle caps? Sometimes I don’t understand you.”

“That’s what makes us work.” He kissed her cheek.

Author: Judy

Judy Dawn writes science-fantasy enveloping imaginative technology, augmented reality, and inspiring threads between the lines. She publishes short stories found on her website and novels. Readers and fans can speak to her real time by joining her live chat on Twitch.Tv.