Once again, we have the tremendous leadership of Rochelle Wisoff-Fields guiding us through the rigorous paths of Friday Fictioneers. This is a 100-word trip story based on a picture prompt (this week’s is below). After reading my creation, please click > HERE < for the rest of the stories.
Scott L Vannatter – 100 Words
Carolyn sat talking to Sheila, the children close by, and drinking her tea from a long-stemmed glass. The brew was crimson with some fruit put in. As Carolyn continued her story, all were enthralled in the tale. In fact, some of the children cried quietly when Billy died. Carolyn noticed her own eyes watering and finished.
“And, you know the rest.” She sipped again.
Several of the children had drawn close to Sheila for comfort.
“Well, we have our own share of adventures, but I am certain we want you to be a part?”
All hands went up in ascent.