Friday Fictioneers 3-27-2015


Rachel sat quietly on the grass watching her grandparents play in the orchestra/band. She came here every Saturday night without fail. She loved coming to the community gazebo and watching her grandparents play their violins for whoever wanted to listen.

She tucked her legs underneath her further and grinned as she remembered that they didn’t even know she was there. After all, she died 3 days after her birth. How could they even know what she looks like?

“Oh well,” she thought, fluttering her wings, “they will be meeting me soon enough.”

(92 words)

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, author of the blog, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields Addicted to Purple hosts Friday Fictioneers. She gives us a photo prompt and challenges us to write a worthy story of 100 words or less.

I would like to challenge you to read the stories gathered in Rochelle’s challenge because it is filled with many awesome writers producing fantastic stories. My story is but a grain of sand in a pond filled with gems.

If you would like to read some of the stories or contribute a story to the challenge, click on the link below. (The blue froggy button will take you into the story grid):

Friday Fictioneers



72 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers 3-27-2015

  1. Using the grand daughters own words to tell the story makes it short and sweet. Ending is also with lots of love.

  2. What a wonderful story! We had one of our granddaughters die the day after she was born – her twin brother survived with cerebral palsy and is such a wonderful delight to play with! Nice job! Nan

    • Thank you Rochelle. It will be a wonderful reunion for her and her grandparents. A happy and wonderful surprise. Also, I waited until quite late to put in my story so everyone else could get their story in first.

  3. Priceless, this is amazing. Caught me off guard. What an angel indeed. To come every Friday to listen to her grandparents and look forward to their reunion. It’s like you gave us a little picture of heaven. πŸ™‚

  4. That was a really sweet little story, PJ with an excellent and unexpected and end! Somehow, her lovely cheerful attitude doesn’t make me feel too sad. πŸ™‚

  5. I couldn’t recall if I had commented on this story. I thought I had. But, sometimes, I’m going so fast I feel like I’m chasing my tail. LOL
    A sweet thought that she will be a part of the welcoming committee. Interesting take on the challenge photo prompt. 😎

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