Friday Fictioneers: Wally and Dad


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Wally couldn’t believe when his dad said, “Son, let’s go to Ball World!”

“Really, dad?”

“Really, son.”

Wally was practically bouncing on the backseat all the way there and not because of the bumpy road. It’s been a long time since he and his dad gone somewhere. Going to Ball World, the world’s largest ball pit, had been on Wally’s list of gotta-go places ever since his friends started talking about at school.

And now, I get to experience it, Wally thought excitingly.

* * * * *

From the driver seat, he marveled at his son. Kids, he thought, so lucky to be oblivious.

(100 Words)

For Friday Fictioneers

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14 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: Wally and Dad

    1. There is no ulterior motive. I wrote that last sentence to imply there are things like bills, work, life, etc. That may had been on the dad’s mind which he wished he didn’t had to think about and for once, just like his son and just enjoy the day.

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