It Was An Express Delivery.

One, two, three Argggh! > Pant pant pant whhphoooo <. The Midwife passed a glass of ice and a cloth to cool her fevered brow. Furrows crease his handsome face. His eyes bright with disbelief, from glass to cloth he looks and snaps shut his gaping maw.

Nonchalantly he raises his body from the chair, hands his wife the cloth stoops to kiss 💋 the air. The pain swung in she pushes hard and fierce, Scowling Mama puffs and blows; a roar disturbs his peace. Midwife now between her legs sits on her swivel stool, tells her it is far to late to use the birthing pool.

Lunch consumed, ear buds removed, he finishes a last slurp of wine. Strolls across to hold her hand and whisper in her ear. “I forgot desert … have I time? She glares and said “shall I make it clear!” A push, a scream, the cord is cut, an express delivery is done. Together they smile, and greet a bouncing baby son.

July 17th / 31st. use the prompt above to make, craft, write, paint or cook something inspired by the picture. Thank you for prompt #1 Esme Slabs of #SIPB Facebook group.

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A tongue in cheek delivery, do you know of one to tell? Answers in the comments please … I can’t wait to read.

6 thoughts on “It Was An Express Delivery.

  1. Hi Ellen, Wow, thank you so much for your entry and your always fun way of writing. I will share my story soon as well. Just have to get everything sorted and I will let you know on SIPB once done

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      1. Thank you for the prompt and sharing, My post will publish on Tuesday and I will leave the link on the FB Group post as well as the blog post

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