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A RAINY DAY

Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers ~ Writing challenge.

Hosted by Priceless Joy.

The goal is to write a story between 100-150 words (give or take 25 words) based on the provided photo.

A Rainy Day

Image © Priceless Joy

A RAINY DAY

by John Yeo

Torrential rain was keeping the family indoors and everyone was bored.
Billy the rebellious, restless teenager, a rebel without a cause was unsettled and fed up.
“I’m bored, this rain is a pain, there is nothing to do! Betty! I’m talking to you! Why are you ignoring me?”
Betty was a happy little nine year old, busy playing with Snuggles a Persian cat who was also fed up.
“Leave us alone Billy! I am bored too, I’ll call Mummy if you carry on.”
The rain continues, tempers are fraying. Snuggles is mewing, Mummy comes running.
Father arrives with a mysterious box.
“I have been clearing out the loft! Look what I’ve found! Hey everyone come here! Look!”
A long red and white box captures everyone’s interest as Father lifts the lid.
A large board with cards, paper money, tiny wooden houses and hotels with dice and little models.
“Monopoly!” Mummy exclaims! “I haven’t seen that for years.”
“Bags the model car!” Billy shouts.
The game is on.
“Hey the rain’s stopped!” shouts Betty.
Nobody moved.

(175 Words)

Copyright (c) Written by John Yeo ~ All rights reserved.

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12 thoughts on “A RAINY DAY

  1. Great story John! That’s a great game for a family to have some fun and family time at the same time as your story so aptly shows. I really enjoyed reading this! Thank you for participating in Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers Weekly Challenge!

    • Thanks PJ ~ I enjoyed this prompt and I wanted to get away from the recent bloodthirsty themes that have been running through my posts ~ Thanks again for an interesting prompt picture. 🙂

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