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Snow Day (Friday Fictioneers)

December 15, 2016


I wonder what they’re thinking? Are they cold? I tap my fingers against the icy glass but of course they can’t hear me. When I sigh the pane fogs up. I draw a smiley face. It makes me grin.

“Whatcha doing?”

I sigh again but this time it’s bigger, moving my shoulders as I groan. “Go away Jonny.”

“But mom said to come and bother you.”

Gee, thanks mom. I point to the horses. “It’s snowing.”

“Do you think they’re cold?” he asks.

I laugh. He watches me for a minute, his face scrunched up in confusion. I laugh harder.



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word count: 100


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  1. Even I was wondering if they were cold 😀

  2. A lovely moment inside a girl’s head. Well told

  3. Do they feel the cold – also my first thought from the prompt. Nice simple scene, lovely.

  4. Dear Laurie,

    I remember drawing in the condensation on the front door while waiting for the school bus. My mother would tell me to stop…I never did. I could see these kids and hear them. I even felt the cold against my fingertip. Nicely done.



  5. Oh this is such a great bit of sibling life. I can hear the groan… and of course they feel the cold. Lovely story. 🙂

  6. Laughing like maniac… that always works.

  7. Ah, siblings. I love that Mother said to go bother your sister.

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