Grandmama Sophia

This week’s photo prompt is provided by Dawn Miller.

“San Cristobal to Miami  … Now boarding a Gate 37B.”

There was a flurry of activity at the screening checkpoint. The three cousins looked at each other and smiled. All was going according to the plan- so far.

This was the last obstacle.

Grandmama Sophia was being escorted to the side aisle to allow the agents to give a more extensive examination of her luggage. She was being ever so cooperative. Her blushing embarrassment was priceless.

“Sophia should be up for Gina’s Golden Globe,” the one cousin stated.

“Is there no conversation that you can’t entertain us with your propensity for film references, Oscar?”

“So, I have a life aside from the family.  You puttin’ the next ‘tract on me?”

“Watch your mouth, Diego. Sophia’s done her job. It’s time to board so we can get on with ours?”

Written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers. Requirements: Create a flash story of 100+ (150) words using the given photo prompt.


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