It’s time for Friday Fictioneers, but Word Press has stopped sending me the posts I follow! Alas, I am late again. It’s the amazing flash fiction challenge, which I wait all week for! Check out Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, to join in, or to read the other wonderful stories in the collection. This photo is for Rochelle, but Happy New Year/ Bonne Année to all!
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(100 words exactly)
“Come down Auggie!” Jessie stamped her foot and pat her leg. “Auggie, peese come down and pway!” She looked longingly at her companion, willful and determined.
The small terrier gazed over the wall at the park and the woods beyond. His best friend couldn’t possibly understand the thrill of running untethered, or the joy of so many trees to mark. However, he couldn’t bear to see disappointment on her tiny face; the field would wait. His humans were amused by his ability to climb a tree; they had not figured out that he could climb over the fence as well.
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