Stacie watched him board the bus to a new life. And out of her’s forever… she knew she would never see him again.
When he stepped off the bus, he would be trading his cowboy hat in for a helmet. His bulk filled the door, as he handed his ticket to the driver… just the type of guy they liked to put up front.
She had a sadness deep inside, knowing he wouldn’t be coming back. Oh, he would write at first, but they would take him from her.
He stepped off the bus in Oakland… “Welcome to the Raiders!”
I haven’t written a story in some time for the Friday Fictioneers. Too much work this summer and a focus on my PhotoLog got in the way. But, this is where I first wrote a piece of fiction… thanks to Madison Woods. I had never heard of anything like 100-Words Flash Fiction before I somehow came across Friday Fictioneers. Wow, all the writers I’ve met because of Madison… places I’ve gone, and things I’ve seen thru their eyes. So, I’m writing this in tribute to Madison Woods, for she is handing the FF off to a new caretaker next week, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. So goodbye Madison… this one’s for you… 100 Words, of course.
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2015… Fun to see my old friends again! Thanks for three great years, Rochelle!!!