26 November, 2016

A Priceless gift #NaBloPoMo #day26

Shruthi is tired asusual taking care of her 6 month old kid, feeding whom is tougher than any other task in the world.

When she received a phone call that her mom was seriously ill, she drove for 2 hrs to reach their native with her husband and kid.

Mom looked healthy and said happily, "Sorry for creating a tension dear , here is the reservation in ITC Grand for a dinner and a night stay for you both. Relax, while we take care of our grandson."


Shruthi hugged her mom with teary eyes and said, "Mom, you know the best".

Until next time,




Linking this 100 word fiction to #FridayFotoFiction hosted by Tina and Mayuri.

Tina Basu


This is my day 26 post for #NaBloPoMo challenge.

10 comments:

  1. OK, cool! Thank you for the link to the flash fiction. I'm going to try it, too!

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  2. How sweet. Of course, moms know best when and what is to be done. Short and sweet tale, nicely written. :)

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  3. How sweet! Moms know best when and what to do for their kids. A well written short and sweet tale, Ramya. :)

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  4. Sounds the gramma and grandson enjoy each other's company!

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  5. aww.. this is so lovely. You know what, I bet there are tons of new moms around here who would kill for this kind of an event to happen for them in real life. :)

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  6. Sweet flash fiction. The Mom knew just how to get results.

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  7. Nice One Ramya..a short tale of a mom and daughter love. :)

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  8. Short n sweet - done it really nicely Ramya

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  9. Aww, such a beautiful story :)

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  10. How sweet. For moms sure undertand what their child wants irrespective of how old they are!!!!!!

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