Friday Night Drabble Party!
Here we are again, folks. Friday once more.
Drabble, drabble, drabble! Party, party, party!
Hey, do me a favor and click this link, please- Support Asheville High School Theatre
I know most of you do not live in the Asheville area, but supporting the Arts is something that should not be restricted to region. Believe me when I say that I have zero doubt at least one of these kids will impact your life sometime in the future. They are that talented.
So, here’s the deal: nothing in life is free. If you appreciate what I do each week then please pay it forward and help these kids get to the International Thespian Festival this summer. They are representing the entire State of North Carolina, so you would already be supporting greatness. $10, $25, whatever you can afford. Do it for the kids. Do it for me. Do it for the free drabbles.
Now, on with the micro-fiction!
Don’t Be Rude
The child was too shy to even look at the old woman as she leaned down to pinch his cheek.
“Bobby. Don’t be rude. Say thank you to Mrs. Wollister,” Margaret said as she patted her son’s head. “She went out of her way to make those cookies for your birthday party.”
Margaret smiled at the old woman.
“I truly appreciate it, Mrs. Wollister.”
“No trouble, dear. I despise children and poisoned the cookies. They’re all going to die horribly, so it was my pleasure, honestly.”
Bobby ran screaming. Margaret wanted to as well, but that would have been rude.
Disclaimer: Don’t be rude!