PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields
Today’s offering is a little bit of fun I have tried to write in a northern English accent. I hope it works.
“Sit down. We’ll put t’ kettle on; ‘ave a nice cuppa.”
Doris snivelled into a soaked tissue. “T’were awful.”
“Poor thing. ‘Ave a biscuit; keep yer blood sugar levels up. Can you tell me owt about it?”
“He was in t’ chair as normal, when he stands as though he’s going down pub.”
She trembled and sobbed. “Instead, he strides into kitchen as though he knew it were there all t’ time.”
“He hasn’t done that before?”
“Norrin twenty-five years of marriage.”
Lucy held her hand supportively.
“Then what ‘appened?”
“He…he… DID T’ WASHING UP!” Doris wailed, “WHAT’S ‘APPENING, LUCY?”
Written for Friday Fictioneers – a 100 words story based on a photo prompt. Hosted by Rochelle. Read the other entries here.