Monday, April 22, 2013

S is for ..... Sisters

This is a work of fiction and forms a part of the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. I will attempt to write a new story based on the word for the day every day during the month of April.


Sandy never really had time for other girls. No, she didn’t have anything against girls- it is just that she never seemed to have anything in common with them. Sandy was what was called ‘a nerd’- the girls she knew were not. They loved romantic novels, she liked science fiction, and never the twain did meet.
And then she grew up, and found she had a lot in common with other women. Their journey had been different but the destination was the same.
She found that when she really needed support, it was her “sisters” she could always count on.



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A Drabble is a story told in exactly 100 words.

6 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Natasha - That's the thing about our friends isn't it? They may have had different experiences but in the end, they are part of our support system. Beautifully done!

YVONNE LEWIS: said...

Wonderfully written, wish I could write like this,

Yvonne.

A month of....Blog said...

I enjoyed today's "drabble"!
A month of Blog...

Jan Morrison said...

I love this drabble and I love the photo - my dear sister Natasha!

J.L. Campbell said...

Hi, Natasha,
I have a friend like that. In childhood she always did what all the boys were doing, but in adulthood, she's much the same as any other woman.

J.L. Campbell writes Jamaican Kid Lit

Saumya said...

Beautifully written and so true

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