Inside the Mind of Isadora

Friday Fictioneers – Dessert Mademoiselle

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Chez Maisonette was her favorite special occasion french restaurant. 

Valentine’s Day was their first date there and, now again, a year later.

She primped choosing to wear red his favorite color.

It was a cool evening. The restaurant, a short walk from their apartment.

~~~~~~~~~

The champagne must have gone straight to her head. 

She laughed when he said, “I’m leaving you.”

“Why?”

“I’m done”.

“I need you,” she pleaded.

He patted her hand, “You’ll thrive, dear, you always do.”

He kissed her, handed the waiter cash and left.

~~~~~~~~~

Misty-eyed, she noticed the waiter was handsome.

“Dessert, Mademoiselle.”

Flirtatiously. 

“Yes.”

2019©Isadora DeLaVega

 

Genre: Flash Fiction

Word Count: 100

Photo Prompt: ©J.H.Carroll

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Author: Inside the Mind of Isadora

Intriguing, sensitive, mysterious, loving, artistic and crackling with excitement for life is a pretty good description of who I am. I just retired from the world of art where I sold my Artfully Designed Handmade Jewelry for 28 years; although, art will always be a part of whom I am no matter what venue I choose to express it.

63 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Dessert Mademoiselle

  1. Ahh, what can I say…. It’s a losing shawl winning the moment! Well done!

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  2. There is nothing like true love…… and this is nothing like true love!! 🙂 I like this very much.

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  3. I can tell she’ll be fine. =)

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  4. That was fun! I like the way you signal your humorous intent with the restaurant name – “Chez Maisonette”. That made me chuckle.
    You certainly made me wonder about your MC’s psychology – total butterfly, or badly-damaged woman? Not in the first flush of youth, either – mid-thirties, perhaps?
    Nice tale!

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    • I didn’t have a base on the MC’s psychology. I was having a bit of fun creating a saucy character.
      She thought she was all that. At least, that’s what I was going for. It’s the reason she didn’t
      hesitate flirting with the waiter. I like the idea that she’s a badly damaged woman and possibly in her mid 30’s
      gives me some direction for this to be a longer tale. Thank you, Penny. Your comments are always very astute.
      I appreciate the guidance and help. Happy Wednesday …
      Isadora 😎

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  5. What a comeback artist!
    He is right, she will survive. lol

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  6. Oops, that was fast. Looks like he was right.

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  7. Talk about quick off the mark!

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  8. Well, he was right, wasn’t he? Nicely done, Isadora.

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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  9. Within 100 words, a relationship has started and ended, and a new one is about to begin! She sounds like a serial monogamist. Excellent storytelling, Isadora.

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  10. I wonder who’ll be next! Nice one Isadora.

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  11. On Valentine’s Day? …. that’s wrong.

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    • Ahhh … yes, so very, very wrong. I think he was sending her a BIG message.The story wouldn’t have had the impact if it was just an ordinary date night. From the ending, she wasn’t in pained too long. LOL
      I was having fun this week. It’s totally fiction. Thanks for reading and commenting. Isadora 😎

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  12. He was right. She really will land on her feet.

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  13. I like her resilience. And his perception too. Good one, Isadora.

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  14. Querida Isadora,

    I think you’ve given us a clue as to why he’s leaving her. She doesn’t seem too concerned, does she? Bien escrito mi amiga.

    Abrazos y Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    • Querida Rochelle,
      It’s a fine line she was walking. I guess he let her know.
      Quite the impact that he did it on Valentine’s Day.
      It looks like she needs to get her need fix. : )
      Gracias por su visita y palabras …
      Carino y Shalom,
      Isadora 😎

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  15. say what? she has moved on already? what a girl. 🙂

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  16. Well, she bounced back from that pretty quick! LOL! Great story, Izzy!

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  17. Ha. Some things won’t keep a girl down. Nicely told.

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  18. I think I have an idea of why he left her….

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  19. Excellent Isadora 😊

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  20. I guess she didn’t need him that much after all

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  21. Ha! I love how she bounces back. Heck, I don’t think he was worth it to begin with. This made me smile. Thanks, Izzy.

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  22. Ha, that didn’t take her long!

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  23. I really liked this Izzy.

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  24. “That’s why the lady is a…” Easy turnover.

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