|(Source image: "Always Remember You First" by Mick Payton)|
“Baby, I need to stretch my legs. Can we pull over?” Gently nibbling on his ear and kissing down his neck.
Up the dusty road a bit, he spotted a perfect opportunity – a seemingly abandoned country drive. He turned down the winding path and parked by an old barn. She climbed upon his lap, wrapping her arms around him, and planted a big kiss on his full lips.
“Thank you, sweetie.” He climbed out after her. They both stretched, feeling the warm breeze across their skin. Leaning against the scratchy and roughened wood, he pulled her in close.
Your challenge for this Friday, 12-3-10, is to use the photo above to write a flash fiction of 111-149 words. Here, also, is a phrase for you to use in your submission: "...scratchy and roughened..."