Each week, writers from all over the world join in the 100-word flash fiction challenge, that is Friday Fictioneers. Rochelle Wisoff-Fields herds this collection of kool kats, and this week, David Stewart provided the photo. If you’d like to join in, or read the other stories, check out Rochelle’s blog: Addicted to Purple. Warning: Friday Fictioneers is highly addictive!
In my usual goofball state, I forgot to post this when written… As always, I welcome positive or constructive feedback. Please leave a comment and tell me what you think.
Lost In the Music (100 words, exactly)
“Come on Betts, darling, try a bite of this; it’s your favorite.”
Frank studied her dreamy blue eyes and waited for his wife of sixty-two years.
“Honey, Suze made this especially for you. Remember how much you loved to pick berries each summer in Kennebunk? Of course I’d never say it to her, but our girl’s piecrust can’t hold a candle to yours… Still, she baked it with love.”
Their song came on the sound system and Betty smiled.
“I love this song, it reminds me… Tell me again, who are you? It’s so kind of you to visit me.”
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