Mondays finish the story. Who is laughing at who?


© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

WHO IS LAUGHING AT WHO?

Finish the story begins with:   “Are you laughing at me?

“Did you hear that?”  Maud whispered.

“Did I hear what Maud?” came from a surprised June.

The two girls were tip toeing into their aunt’s bedroom.

Their mother always reprimanded them never to go in there, because grown up’s bedrooms are forbidden for children. The two girls always wondered what could be the big secret. Aunt and Mum went shopping, leaving the two girls on their own in the big house. They went upstairs and stood in the middle of the room and best of all Maud could hear someone talking!

“What did you hear Maud? I heard nothing.” whispered June. “Sshh…. listen.” June heard the voice asking: “Are you laughing at me?” She also saw the flowers moving as if they were talking and laughing at them. As one, the girls darted down the stairs and sat in the lounge the whole afternoon.

Mondays Finish the Story

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10 thoughts on “Mondays finish the story. Who is laughing at who?

    1. All in the mind- they trespassed remember! Doing things that you are not supposed to do could land you in a situation like this!

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  1. Talking flowers would surely have kept me out of a room when I was a kid! Well done Scrapydo! Thanks for writing for the MFtS challenge again. The upcoming challenge will have you falling to pieces! Be well… ^..^

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    1. Thank you, was a laughing situation. When you are warned not to do something you really want to investigate ha ha!
      Looking forward to pick up myself again! LOL

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