‘Are we there yet?’ Archie asked. He was feeling claustrophobic in the hermetically-sealed caravan.
Agnes peered out the kitchen window as the countryside whizzed by along the autoroute, ‘Not yet, just passed Paris.’
‘Maybe we should have picked somewhere closer than the Mediterranean?’
‘You wanted warm sunshine and the beach.’
Agnes brought the coffee over to the table. Just as she sat down the truck turned. Coffee sloshed over the table. She cursed the truck driver for the hundredth time.
Archie could see the anger building. ‘This is the safest holiday possible in Covid times.’
‘Define safe,’ Agnes replied, the coffee mug raised in a threatening manner.
Written for Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields (more details HERE). The idea is to write a short story of 100 words based on the photo prompt (above).
To read stories of 100 words based on this week’s prompt, visit HERE.
You can find all the Agnes and Archie stories HERE.
During the month of April I took part in the A-Z blogging challenge, and posted about my State Trilogy novels each day, including plots, themes, characters and the writing and publishing process. So if you’ve read the books, or haven’t but might be interested in them, I hope it will be of interest to some of you. All the posts can be found HERE.