I used to be indecisive…

…but now I'm not so sure

succinctly yours – honest


Maw relied on customers to be honest, leaving money for what they took from her porch thrift store while she was inside making a cup of tea.

This is my latest entry for  Succinctly Yours hosted by Grandma at  Grandma’s Goulash .  Each week she posts a picture and word and invites bloggers to create a micro story of 140 characters, or 140 words.  If you can incorporate the word of the week, even better

This week I’ve used exactly 140 characters ,  including spaces and punctuation. This week’s word was honest.


5 thoughts on “succinctly yours – honest

  1. What a great policy. Maw sounds like she’s got a heart as big as Valentine’s Day!

  2. Reminds me of those unattended roadside produce stands. While the owners’ trust may not always be honored, it is still heartwarming evidence of their faith in humanity. We need more of that in our world.

  3. Good old Maw, I’m betting she is as honest as Abe Lincoln. Very nice, Elaine, nice to read your writing again. 🙂

  4. True, as Jim said, only a person who is honest herself would expect everyone else to be the same way, and I agree with Sparkle, Maw sounds like good people.

  5. She is a very trusting person and must live in a small town. It’s refreshing to think that such people and places might still exist! Nice one.

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