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Trend setter (Friday Fictioneers)


Image by Marie Gail Stratford at https://mariegailstratford.wordpress.com

My son wanted a fire truck for his second birthday. My mother bought him a ‘Bedroom Colour Consult’ with Xavier (no last name).

His team spilled into my son’s room.

‘I’ve always liked chevrons…’ I offered.

Xavier scoffed. ‘Oh, Darling! Chevrons are sooooo 2008.’

Xavier’s assistant looked at his mobile phone and squealed with delight. ‘They revealed Prince George’s new nursery design!’

Xavier snatched the phone off him.

His jaw dropped.

‘Team! Change of plans. Bed goes there, get me one of those mirrored chandeliers and Dominic-‘


‘We’re gonna need a LOT of chevrons.’


Friday Fictioneers is a challenge set by Rochelle each week where writers from around the world post 100 word stories based on a common photo prompt. For more information, and to read other stories, visit Rochelle’s pageĀ here.


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