Fleeting Moments :: A Drabble

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Another day and another drabble, which is a short story of exactly 100 words.

I encourage you to flex your writing muscles and take part. Tag your post with ‘Friday Drabble’ and use the hash-tag #fridaydrabble on Twitter.

.: Fleeting Moments :.

She watched her oldest, a junior, drive away and head back to college.

Remembering words a friend wrote recently, she was left with an empty spot in the driveway and in her heart.*

How did it happen so fast? Pictures from his school years flashed through her mind. Basketball games, band performances and works of art filled a book of memories. She recalled the days of bickering brothers, remembering how the battles aggravated her. Now the house was quiet, the boys were young men and –

“Mom!”

“Mom!”

Shaking her head back to reality, she smiled. “Happy 7th birthday, Buga’boo.”

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* The friend who created the sentiment behind the empty spot in the driveway and the heart was Patti’s January 12th River of Stone.

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14 thoughts on “Fleeting Moments :: A Drabble

  1. lynnette-net

    Heya, found your blog and really enjoy the writings! Thanks for introducing me to so many different writing forms and hope to read more! Hello from Singapore 🙂

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