It was the second week of our junior year at St. John the Baptist.
Mike, Bill and I were listening to “Fame” in our music lab.
“Lennon co-wrote it,” I boasted,”So it must be good.”
Mike reminded us of “Jet” from McCartney’s “Band On the Run” album.
“I thought the major was a lady, suffragette,” he intoned.
When we weren’t too busy ogling all the lovely girls in school, we were always talking about music.
Eventually, to avoid trouble with Sister Christophine, we sat down and behaved. In our heads, though, we were grooving to Bowie.
Each week we, along with the help of Rochelle Wisoff~Fields, attempt to write a hundred~word story, Friday Fictioneers, inspired by a photograph. This week’s photo prompt was provided by her husband, Jan W. Fields.