Great Aunt Isabel

shoes-and-books-by-magaly-guerrero

PHOTO PROMPT © Magaly Guerrero

Margret talked about her Great Aunt Isabel from the day I met her.  The matriarch of her clan had done everything, been everywhere.  Her family lived in this larger-than-life character’s enormous shadow.  Perhaps “great” was a title or description, not a generational mark.

I was nervous when I finally met her.   As we waited in the parlor, I noticed the stacks of oversized books here and there, and the random platform shoes tossed carelessly about.

When the giant of Margret’s family arrived, I went into shock.  She could barely see the table top, even seated on her stack of books.

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Word count = 100

Friday Fictioneers is hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.  This week’s prompt is here and uses a photo provided by © Magaly Guerrero.  Read more or join in by following the InLinkz “linky.

Note – this is a work of fiction and any resemblance to any of the FF crew is purely coincidental ;)

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25 thoughts on “Great Aunt Isabel

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      There are some small minded people that only take short people seriously if those short people prove how big they are in ways other than stature. Hmm, did I say that right? Thanks!

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  2. beautyswot

    ha ha!! I was once called intimidating in a complainy…. my manager laughed when the complaint came through – He told the person at the other end ‘have you seen her? she’s only 4ft 11’

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      “Dynamite” would be a good way to describe Isabel. She obviously left a bigger impression than would be guessed by her size. And I didn’t even make any short jokes (because i know what’s good for me ;) )

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