Friday 1st March, St David’s Day and time for more Friday Fictioneers. Thanks for the photo prompt this week go to Beth Carter, and thanks for continuing to inspire the Friday Fictioneers go to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
Genre: Literary Fiction
Word Count: 100 words
The Fresh Start
He looked out at the yard.
Not much stuff left now. Some cookery books, the unused ‘zigzag action’ sewing machine, a red boudoir chair, some photo albums, a few shoes. All her castoffs.
He saw the red-haired woman again. She had walked passed a couple of times. Now she crossed the street and stood looking at the car. He had hated women, one woman, for too long.
He came outside, she smiled.
“Seems I’ve moved to an interesting neighbourhood, is the car in the sale too?”
He grinned, it wasn’t a sale, just a clear out.
He got the keys.
(Late entry this week. I tried to post last night, but for some reason I couldn’t load the photo and there’s never an intergeek around when you need one! So this is my Saturday Submission)