This week, our gracious host Rochelle invites Friday Fictioneers to step right in and tell a story in 100 words, prompted by Magaly Guerrero‘s inspiring photograph. Thank you Magaly.


Wearing the exasperation her movie star sunglasses can’t hide, the woman leaves the bank, checks her phone, and marches to the car way ahead of her distracted, prattling four-year-old.

Gramma sewed me a pree-tty pink skirt with lots of gold stars right on top of my sister’s old dress…
I got pink barrettes and pink flip-flops too. I’m co-or-d’nate… and mamma’s princess purse with the gold chain and shiii-nyy colors goes with that too

Then she spots the magic puddle and stomps in.

I’m makin’ bubbles and walkin’ on diamonds.

–Come on!! I don’t have all day!!!
The girl strolls to the rumbling car.

A princess ne-veeer hurries.

About emmylgant

Cloud watcher and dreamer sometimes wise, often foolish, but I am what I am.
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21 Responses to Princess

  1. I feel sorry for this mother; she is missing so much of the magic.


  2. Sarah Ann says:

    Fantastic voice in this. Love that princesses never hurry.

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  3. Michael Wynn says:

    I’m makin’ bubbles and walkin’ on diamonds.Love that line

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  4. yuhublogger says:

    It’s fun to be the child! She seems to enjoy herself. Well written.


  5. says:

    Princess Captured! love it… Suz

    Liked by 1 person

  6. gahlearner says:

    I love it, beginning to end, especially the magic puddle. Mums need to be patient with princesses.

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  7. Dear Emmy,

    I could just see that ‘magic puddle’ splattering all the princess’s pretty pink. Delightful and exasperatingly sweet.



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  8. ceayr says:

    A moment in a life, and a life in a moment.
    Love love love it, Em.


  9. Lynn Love says:

    That’s great. A proper princess, though a bit spoilt, bless her! Great story

    Liked by 1 person

  10. john zande says:

    The magic puddle… Imagination Explosion 🙂


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