Every hero needs a good navigator

This is day two of BlogShortsa short-story writing challenge. Ten days, ten short stories, 110 words.  This year, we're writing to the theme: The Dog Days of Summer. Animal control is on stand-by. -BD

Every hero needs a good navigator
by blogdramedy

Superman slipped his sunglasses to the tip of his nose and shot his gaze to the right. His navigator was staring dreamily out the van's window.

"Look at those mountains! Do you think we could stop for a beer?" Toto reached over and cranked up the radio. Scissor Sisters blared. "Sups, I love these guys!"

"Dawg, I don't know about you, but this doesn't look like Kansas. To save the world, we have to know where we're going."

"Don't be such a witch." Toto rolled his eyes and buried his nose in the road map.  "I think we're lost."

"Damn that Dorothy. I told her to stop clicking those ruby slippers."

"If you keep doing that we'll never get there."
"If you keep doing that we'll never get there."

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We have some fabulous bloggers participating this year. Click on the links to see what all the barking's about.

Blogdramedy - think of me as the alpha dog

1pointperspective - circus dog (inside joke that's not so inside if you go over and read his blog)

SteveBetz - in for a Penny, in for a pound (I AM good!)

Joe's Musings - a bit of a scrappy scribbler

Jtailele's Blog - the unknown element

MC's Whispers - speaks five languages (not including puppy-speak)

Shouts from the Abyss - he knows how to sit up and beg

H.E. Ellis - he likes pithy and, for some reason, Chevy Impalas

Lenore Diane - peanut butter & bananas sandwiches make her day

Fix it or Deal - Amy's into robots so she building her own mechanical dog

 

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