Old Friends – Fiction

Here is my offering for this week’s Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers.  Thanks to PJ for hosting this weekly challenge.  please follow little foggy for more stories.

cowsOld Friends

When you have a best friend like Harriet, life can be difficult.  That’s especially true if you’ve known each other since the diaper age.  I don’t like to be noticed too much.  Harriet is (and I say this lovingly) more flamboyant than has ever been right for any moment.

On this particular day, Harriet and I were shopping for something to wear to her grandson’s wedding.  We were modeling, in front of each other and the mirror.  I was trying to decide between two dresses.  Harriet had already chosen hers, and apparently mine.

“Harriet?  Are you sure this is me?”  I asked.

“Of course it’s not you Ruthie.  But, at our age, who cares?”


This week’s photo prompt is provided by S. Writings.

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