World at a click

“A little right, boy.”

“Yes, mam.”

“Wow! look at these streets. Look at the stones. Now tell me if you don’t see some art here.”

“Hmmm!…Yes, mam.”

“Now take me a little left, boy.”

She marveled at the beauty laid in each brick…block by block. There was no further ahead. They hit the end of the path.

“That’s it Mrs. Rodriguez.”

The old lady got up from the chair as her entire weight made her wrinkled hands tremble a little. With the crutches clasped, she moved out of the room.

“Next time… a virtual tour, to…Eiffel tower.”

Sandra Crook

Rochelle Wisoff- Fields-Addicted to Purple is the place where every Friday a photo is shared with an aim to write a fiction around it in 100 words or less. Anyone who wants to participate can click at FRIDAY FICTIONEERS to know about the rules.

Today’s photo is a contribution from Sandra.

Thanks to Rochelle, a kind host, and Sandra for sharing the photo with us. I would also like to thank my readers for visiting, reading and sharing their views. I’m very happy with this one as I was able to write it in 99 words. Hope you enjoy it. 🙂

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23 thoughts on “World at a click

    • Oh, it is Rochelle. She is after all old and alone. With the growing medical expenses she can’t afford to spend too much.
      Thanks for your kind words Rochelle. 🙂

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  1. It’s good to see a humanizing take on technology every now and again, and you’ve done that so well here, Norma. I especially love: “The old lady got up from the chair as her entire weight made her wrinkled hands tremble a little.” It shows so much, without telling or bludgeoning the reader. Bravo, all 99 words of it!

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