Fiction: Irritation

Lillie McFerrin Writes

Anne wanted  to  host a party  for her friend Cecilia and husband Harry as a going away present, she called her cousin Francine to help her organize the event .

Francine took the responsibility of decorating  the house, Anne got busy making a list of foods she’d serve, the only problem she was facing was her aunt Millie who found out  about the party, and zoomed in out of nowhere, insisting she had the most amazing idea for the party.

Aunt Millie was not the most ideal person for Anne and Francine to get help from, the situation was tricky they couldn’t say no, but didn’t want her presence either,they knew she was disliked by most of the people in their friends’ circle.

Anne and her cousin were discussing about the seating arrangement, Anne thought her friend Sylvia was a good friend of Cecilia and Harry, so she decided to put her beside Cecilia.

Sylvia was one person Aunt Millie disliked, when she heard her name and found out she was invited, Aunt Millie was so furious she stomped out of the house!

 

 

k: https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2014/11/23/fiction-irritation/

 

 

6 thoughts on “Fiction: Irritation

  1. Excellent Ranu. I have been thinking about how much thought and structuring is involved in these 5 sentence fiction type of posts. They are very restricted. I like how you managed to get “rid” of Aunt Mille. Very clever.

  2. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing with us this story. You never know who you will meet at a party :-).

    All good wishes,

    robert

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