Thursday, February 12, 2015

Compassionate Neighbours - Flash Fiction

Easter was approaching and there was barely enough food to feed the family of six let alone get the children any chocolate eggs or bunnies.

Stop worrying Agnes, surely some work will turn up soon, said Roy.

Normally he was right but Agnes felt deep in her heart that this year there'd be no ham on their table for dinner.

It was Good Friday and Agnes heard a knock at the door. No one was there but there was a fairly large box sitting on the porch. It was filled with food, chocolate, and a ham.


Agnes’ heart melted.


This post is for a Flash Fiction Challenge by +Charli Mills over at Carrot Ranch. If you enjoy writing or reading Flash Fiction please come by and join a great group of writers. This weeks challenge is to write in 99 words (no more, no less) about compassion. 
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