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100 word fiction: Remembrance

100 word fiction: Remembrance

He stood there looking at their photos in remembrance of the times they spent together. While she was a scalawag of some sort, their friendship hit it off.

Though they did have their fights and arguments where she ended up with a moue of disdain, they laughed it off together at the end of the day.

100 word fiction: Remembrance

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson

Whether it was the fall season or Christmas, they had always spent a lot of time with each other during festive occasions.

100 word fiction: Remembrance

But once she was married, their conversations reduced drastically so much so that he was left wondering on the way life changed.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Moue, Fandango One Word Challenge: Scalawag, Your Word Daily Prompt: Remembrance, Crimson’s Creative Challenge #105, Photo Challenge #340

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15 Comments

  1. Marriage does odd things to people

  2. Lovely description of how friendship changes. Great take on the photo prompt.

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  3. People change with time. Maybe it’s time they both reconnected?

    • transitionofthoughts

      Yeah people change due to different situations. Many a time connections break apart a people expect the other person to make the effort. It’s never too late to reconnect.

  4. Nice combination. Unlike some marriages

  5. After 51 years I find I’m talking a lot less and my DH is gabbing away a mile a minute. Odd reversal.

  6. It’s strange how this happens but it often does. well told tale

  7. Strange how this happens so often. You’ve described it all so well, well done

  8. Maybe her husband was the jealous sort? Or maybe life moved on. Sorry to hear your friendship with her faded. Not sure if this is based on your life or not. Feels like it, but if it isn’t, good job of making it feel like it was.

    • transitionofthoughts

      Actually I didn’t write it thinking of it as per my personal experience. But now that you put it, I do feel that I have had such experiences over the years. But I guess in my case it wasn’t just marriage per say more a combination of factors like distance, getting busy, family life and more.

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