Driving Me (flash fiction)

Driving Me

As she drove me home, she sang along to some song on the radio. I wasn’t even sure what it was. She glanced sideways at me and smiled.

“Hey this could be our song babe!’ she said, and then she abruptly began to sing again loud and off-key, as always. Our song? We had only been going out for two days now, and I wasn’t that sure if we were going to last, yet.

“Sure sweetie.” I replied with a half-smile. She laughed loudly and patted my leg.

“That’s my girl!” she exclaimed. And then she started singing again.

Joanne Fisher

This was written with the prompt to write a story that includes something heard on the radio provided by the Carrot Ranch September 10 Flash Fiction Challenge.

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Šī¸2020 Joanne Fisher

14 thoughts on “Driving Me (flash fiction)

      1. My mom and dad (now divorced, so take from it what you will) had the song “Self Control” by Laura Branigan. They were married when it came out and I have no idea why they chose that, but whatever.

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