It’s Time for Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ Friday Fictioneers prompt! The task is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. Contributors from all over the world join in each week.
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You’ll find my contribution below this week’s photo prompt; Critiques welcome!
Genre: Fantasy Word Count: 96
DOWN BY THE BAY
Moisture? Not a cloud in sight. Yet spray misted my face once more. Wiping it away, I brought it to my lips. Salty? What the…?
40 years in this city. All right Down town. Salt water? Certainly, someone’s idea of a joke.
‘Hang on Harriet . Breathe. You’re losing it, old girl’. Giggling, the Old Woman thought of that RAFFI song she’d played (til the tape finally broke) for her own muchkins.
Shandra White Harris
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