Story: A walk to remember

© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

“The A & B building was made entirely of driftwood”

On their way to home, she used to stop at that spot. No matter how much he tried, his little angel never moved.

Looking above, she tried to spell and whenever she spelt the letters correctly, her father’s heart got filled with joy and he used to take her in his arms.

With the passage of time father lost his vigour and his daughter moved on in her life and then the day came when she wore her wedding dress.

He cried on that night.

Two years later, once again the freshness returned on his face.

On that day, he wore his special dress and ignoring his walking stick he moved towards the door to welcome his guests.

Behind, the letter was placed.

Dear father,

I’ve never stopped dreaming about our walk. In my dreams that driftwood building is still fresh. I missed that time and guess what little Elizabeth is quite excited to meet you.

Your’s loving daughter

(159 words)

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This post is a submission to Mondays Finish the Story by Barbra. Thanks Barbra for this challenge. I love this photo 🙂

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15 thoughts on “Story: A walk to remember

    1. Thank you Suzanne for reading and commenting. Your words of appreciation are so important for me 🙂
      I like reading your about page. I’ll be back to discover your blog 🙂

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  1. I am glad that you enjoyed the photo to go with this week’s challenge. It is of a building that is in Skagway, AK, and also one built of driftwood pieces. The driftwood collects at the inland shore of this inlet due to some of the amazing high winds that blow on through. Thanks for writing again for the MFtS challenge and remember, be well… ^..^

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