Friday Fictioneers, June 29, – The Raspberry Patch

“Mama! Look! Raspberries!” Pudgy bear said, plucking a handful, stuffing his mouth full.

“You did good, son. Your hunting instincts have improved. Now save some for your sister.” Said mama bear.

“She can find her own. You told us to find our own food, and eat all we find.”

“But she is smaller than you. She needs more. This time, you share.”

“Grrrr!” Pudgy growled at his sister.

“I’m littler than you.”  Sweetums bear said.

Goldilocks crouched down, hiding in the trees, holding her breath, and her basket of berries.

I should have listened to my mama, and stayed home!

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Posted June 28, 2012 by Joyce in Friday Fictioneers, Short Fiction, Writing

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