Daily Prompt: Celebrate Good Times
You have some wonderful, improbable, hoped-for good news. How do you celebrate?
This morning my friend Millie, called me, she said, “guess what Ranu your short stories is ready for publication, the publishers are eager to have an interview with you.”
At first I thought Millie is joking, she does that every now and then to tease me. The phone rang again, I picked it up this time it was the publisher himself, “hello, can I speak to Ranu?”
I jumped I replied “speaking.”
“I am Stuart from Stuart publishing company, we have selected your short stories for publication,can you come and see us.”
See us? This is the best news I’ve heard in days. I got ready and went to the company situated on Fleet Street. After a few minor discussions, Mr. Stuart handed me the contract.
I came home, called Millie, she came in a jiffy after discussing various ways to celebrate this awesome news, we settled for a fabulous tea party with family and friends in my home.
Millie volunteered to bake the cake, Anna wanted to bring her mom’s best pizza, I offered to make samosas, and gulab jamans.
I also ordered hot chicken wings from Boston Pizza.
We decided to have the party on Saturday, to enable everyone to join us at the party. The party was in the afternoon, the girls came with all sorts of food, there were donuts, cookies and mouth watering pastries. All this added to the food we made, looked delightful. Millie’s four tiered cake stole the show.
The party started in the afternoon, I had to taste everyone’s food, everything was delicious. We made so much noise, it was one of those days when we were in a celebratory mood, no one cared about the noise, after all days like this only comes once in a blue moon.
After the party I looked at the tables there was so much food left, I quickly put them in packages and handed one to each guest on their way out!
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Thank you for sharing this post. Perhaps one day you may even strive to write stories for publication. A publisher would be lucky to have your stories to publish. And many readers too would be fortunate :-).
All good wishes,
You are so generous in your comment, thank you. 🙂
What a sweet story Ranu – I think the best part was the celebration with friends. Your stories are precious but cannot compare to those dear people in your life that bring a smile.
Thank you so much dear Leslie for your comment. 🙂
Thank you dearest brother. 🙂
My dearest sister,
Insha Allah: this will come true 🙂
Lovely to read, my sister! 😍
Thank you my dear Sis. 🙂