Sequel : Feb 2015
“I wish Dad was here. He would know what to do if we miss the connecting flight”, my little one said. He eyed me (his mother) warily not fully trusting my ability to take him home – the history of my solo journeys forgotten.
That moment I discovered I had chosen- without choosing – to forget my strengths – to miss many connecting flights on journeys never taken.
With a flick of a wrist I slung my bag over my shoulders and ran behind my children to catch the connecting flight -lost dreams weighing heavily on my shoulders.
This two part – about 100 word each auto-biographical story – was written in response to a 100 word photo challenge posted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields each week. PHOTO PROMPT © Melanie Greenwood
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