It’s Friday. Guess that means I’m trying my hand at another 100 word fiction piece via Friday Fictioneers. Honestly, I didn’t know what I was going to write until 1:30 this morning. The picture is beautiful, but the story just wasn’t coming. Maybe I’m too caught up in edits and writing, or maybe it’s something else. But a story did finally come so I’m here to play. If you’d like to join, please do! And check out Rochelle for future prompts. Today’s picture is provided by Renee Homan Heath. Thank you, Renee.
For Love of a Tiara
She skipped a happy beat, making a path down to the beach. It was her first day out and she was in a delightful mood. Already, she’d collected pretty souvenirs to remember the day by. Straightening her tiara she crossed the sand and climbed the rocks overlooking the water. There was no hesitation, with a squeal she leaped. Splash! It was a magical moment, full of abandonment. She reached for her tiara, knocked free in the jump. The tiara’s lights flickered, then stopped.
One solid sweep of her tail and she shot down through the water back home.
Hope you enjoyed this rendition of Friday Fictioneers. There are many more talented writers participating. The number of links included grow by the day. To read more just click on the happy little frog. He’ll take you to the many shared stories for this week.
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