“The Circle of our Love” – Flash Fiction

November 15, 2018, Carrot Ranch Literary Community prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that uses scraps. It can be scraps of dried flowers, paper, metal, fabric, food — any kind of scraps you can think of. Then write a story about those scraps and why they matter or what they make. Go where the prompt leads you.

Respond by November 20, 2018.

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Sally watched Nana roll the scraps of dough into a ball on the floured cutting board. This was her first time baking, and she couldn’t wait to mimic every move her grandmother made.

“Why do you roll it into a circle?”

Nana smiled as she maneuvered the rolling pin. “Because it’s easier to fit inside the pan.”

“But you could use a square pan, right?”

“Yes. I could, but the circle reminds me of our family. I gave birth to your mommy, and she gave birth to you. If we all hold hands, it’s a circle of our love.”

Here’s to your baking success this holiday season!

P. S. I’m buying a pie! 😀

36 thoughts on ““The Circle of our Love” – Flash Fiction

    1. Hugs, Sis. It’s just Ron and I so it’s a typical day. But lemon meringue and key lime pie sounded wonderful! 💙

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    1. Yes, I figured if I can’t have my grandkids, I would make up stories as to how I wished it could be. It works! 😍❤️

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    1. That’s wonderful. I don’t get to see my grandchildren, (long story) so I decided to make up a story. It’s definitely something I would have said. LOL! ❤

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