Come join me for a bit of birdwatching.
They begin their day with a leisurely swim
head over to catch up with some old friends.
Yield to the demands of the fan club and waddle down the ramp, allow a click or two (only of right profile) but no autographs please!
Enough now what does a body have to do to get some privacy? Desperate for a drink or two 😉
Thirst quenched and the paparazzi dismissed, head over to the food court for some brunch and a bit of chit-chat.
Catch up on the gossip, show off and ruffle some feathers
Time to fall in line for Cee’s game of the week Duck Duck Goose
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For readers of Moonshine, here's Chapter 110 and Calvin and Hobbes
A Brighter Future
“Ma, I want more rice.”
“Enough of dawdling. Time to study.”
“Ma…” His sister, Rita, elbowed him. He subsided.
“Go along now. It’s cold. Take my shawl and share it. Rita, remember to switch off the torch. Batteries don’t grow on trees you know?”
“Ramesh focus on your studies. Himesh keep an eye on him. I will be along soon.”
“Make a dash for it.” Maya pushed them.
Maya’s dinner was soon done.
She picked up a pile of stitching.
Locking up, she joined her children at the bus shelter where they studied every night.
Written for Friday Fictioneers – a story in 100 words or less. Thanks to Rochelle for hosting it and Shaktiki for the photo prompt. To read the other stories inspired by this prompt click here
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