The Blow

I have just returned from a vacation and the photo below says it all 😉

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Photo (c) Liz Young

But nonetheless, here goes:

 

The Blow

Words 86

“You look lovely.” Su hugged me.

“Thanks.” I smiled.

“Yes,” said Ana. “I remember telling you that this color really suits you.”

“Thanks.” I flushed and paled.

I tottered away.

“What’s the matter?” The Husband asked.

“That Ana…” I gritted my teeth.

“But she just complimented you.” He frowned.

“Compliment my foot. She just dished me a swift upper cut.”

“Are you crazy?”

“Oh God!” I moaned, “why didn’t you warn me?”

“About what?”

“That I wore the same sari at the last wedding we attended.”

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Written for the Friday Fictioneers – a story in 100 words or less. Thanks to Rochelle for hosting the challenge and Liz for the photo prompt. To read more stories inspired by this prompt click here

Thanks for reading – look forward to reading your reactions.

 

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Dahlia

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20 thoughts on “The Blow”

  1. Dear Dahlia

    Oh dear. Women are the same the world over aren’t they? It makes me wonder if cave women worked at not wearing the same fur as another. 😉 Well done. I’m sure you looked lovely in your sari both times.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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