Wednesday 21 October 2020

Rosy Future

When she reached the multi-billionaire's palatial home, his eligible bachelor son's birthday party was on.

The moment she entered the hall, sparks flew. 

Heads turned. 

The fortune-reader's crystal ball sparkled.

The hall looked brighter. 

The birthday boy looked spellbound.


The fortune-reader knew exactly what was going to happen.

The dreams of the eligible ladies seemed to be crumbling.

She continued walking oblivious to her surroundings.

She had not been invited to the party…

But, she was not gate-crashing.

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

When she entered the kitchen, the home-manager gave a cry of surprise!

“Rosy! Welcome back my child!”

“Glad to be back, Grandma!”

100 words story for Friday Fictioneers & #MidWeekFlash Week-171

Do you believe in fortune & crystal ball predictions? Please share in the comments below.


  1. A lot happening here, Anita, not sure I fully understand it.
    And to answer your question, no.

  2. Dear Anita,

    Quite a home to return to.



  3. Interesting to see how this unfolds.
    I don't think I believe in crystal balls as such but I do believe in some sort of psychic ability and getting a sense of things.
    Best wishes,

  4. I don't believe in it, but it would be nice to know the future - especially where romance and fortune come into it!

  5. I was confused on the first read-through, but figured it out on the second. Great story, but no, I don't believe in crystal balls and fortune tellers. Are some people psychics? Debatable, but there does seem to be some sort of anecdotal evidence.

  6. The cosmos is inter connected so who knows. Fun story anyway Anita.

  7. An intriguing tale indeed. Fortune tellers are not for me, I don't even believe the weather forecast!

    Here's mine!

  8. Magical story of parallel universes, Anita.

  9. Nothing like making a statement when returning home!

  10. I was quite confused by this story. Read it again! Personally, I don't believe in fortune telling. :)

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

  11. Great story! It reminds me of the movie Sabrina with the girl coming home and turning the heads of all the guys. Loved it.

  12. lol I was just about to write this reminds me of Sabrina who watched from the garage and loved the rich boy and when she came home from school turned their heads and then I see that David Stewart has said this. Ah, well.

  13. Great way of encompassing it. Thanks for joining.

  14. The lines sounded like pieces of a puzzle that came together at the end. Nicely done.


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