It was Thursday.
In one more day, I’ll be off to a reunion with friends from my cheerleading days.
We’d been Skyping plans for weeks.
Checking into the hotel, the exhilaration was palpable. Adjoining rooms was perfect.
Exhilarated, I unpacked the t-shirts I’d designed,
‘Eastern District High School Cheerleaders 1965’
After dinner, donning our t-shirts, we made our way to the football field.
It was the same as it had always been.
Memories came flooding back.
We recalled stories.
Raucous laughter and tears flowed.
Hugs were shared.
Standing in her old spot, Mona was overcome.
She died smiling.
Genre: Flash Fiction
Word Count: 100 words
Photo Prompt: Dale Rogerson
To join Rochelle and her Friday Fictioneers challenge
*****I’ve edited the last line to say ‘Died’ instead of ‘Passed’. A writer can learn from other writers many things to improve our writing. Neil @ Neil Macdonald Author thought it was clearer if I changed it. Thanks, Neil.