Friday Fictioneers

Friday Fictioneers 10/26/2012

My Story:

Near Perfection

By Scott L Vannatter

October 26, 2012

The table was simple, yet elegant.  He had seen to it all.

The waiter was polite; the food exquisite.  Celina was almost overwhelmed by the attention.  Two years together and Joel was even better.

She didn’t know what could make the night more perfect.

Then, she tried to put some sugar in her tea.  None would come out.

She shook the container harder, but it was no use.  She needed sugar with the tea.

She gave up and took off the lid.  The plastic bag fell out.  When opened, the ring glistened.  Joel took it and dropped to one knee.

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