Sunday, February 5, 2012

#SixSunday: Virgo (WIP)-Dance Club Scene #3

Thanks so much to everyone who commented last week. I apologize for not replying to anyone. It was a weird day...lame excuse, but it was. Things are definitely getting interesting. I hope to tell you all about it soon.

Anyhow, it's Sunday, so on with my six! Last week, Delilah showed interest in Adam's remix of a Rolling Stone classic before disappearing into a dark stairwell.


A minute later, Delilah hopped up the steps to the riser. Sam tapped his cheap digital watch twice and then flashed three fingers. She glanced at hers—an Omega face secured to her wrist with baby blue nylon—and nodded slightly. While looking at her laptop screen, she removed the foam plugs in her ears and put on her headphones. She walked her fingers through a milk crate of records, and his breath caught as she picked out Led Zeppelin III. She had never done that remix in public.



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22 comments:

  1. I was transported to your scene. Fantastic work in that six. Well done.

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    1. Thanks, Alix. I'm having fun with this scene. I'm glad to know its coming through.

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  2. Great snippet. I like all the little details you added in. Brought me right into your scene!

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  3. Makes me wonder what significance is attached to the Led Zeppelin III. Something private?

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Stephanie. Your comment gave me an idea!

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  4. Wow, a milk crate full of *records*. I had many of those. Thank you for transporting me back a little with your well written scene.

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  5. Milk crate full of records. haha. Brings me back. Great descriptions in here!

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  6. Joanne and Patricia...I love records.

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  7. Records! Wow, you don't see those much anymore ;)

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  8. Refreshing snippet... about music (which I love!).

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  9. Wellll, I wonder what other risks she'll be taking this evening, hmmm? Subtle set-up for more to come?

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  10. I love the visual of the milk crate of records. I love my vinyl records, and am always surprised when I encounter an older person who's surprised people of my age and younger still buy them or prefer them over CDs.

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  11. OK. This is intriguing. After browsing a bunch of SSS entries, I'm stopping here to let the satisfaction linger a bit.

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  12. Great details really made the scene pop-- I'm wondering at the significance of the mix she picked!

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  13. Generation gap again--what's remixing? Course I'm from the generation who remember 78's that broke if you dropped them.

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  14. "Never done that remix in public"... sounds almost kinky! Great six!
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  15. Ooo, so why's she never done 'that' one in public?

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  16. "Never done that remix in public" - well, it IS Led Zeppelin.

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