Friday Fictioneers: Kitchen Nightmares

Happy Friday, all! Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting today’s Friday Fictioneers.

This may or not be partially inspired by some personal experiences.

Ahem.

PHOTO PROMPT -© Raina Ng
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Word Count: 100
Kitchen Nightmares
     The center of her family was always the kitchen. The room had gloriously high ceilings, huge windows and her mom would change the decorations in accordance to the seasons. She had four siblings, and every one of them were wizards in the kitchen.
     Marian? Well, Marian opened the windows and turned the ceiling fan on to get rid of the smoke from her last attempt at making dinner.
     “Sweetie?”
     The young woman sighed. “Yes, mom?”
     “Um…why don’t you just set the table.” Her mom offered her a small smile. “I’ll finish up.”
     Marian tried not to sound too relieved. “Ok!”

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4 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: Kitchen Nightmares”

  1. Hi Rochelle,

    After the way my muffins turned out this week, I feel a lot like Marian. 😉 At least last night's stirfry wasn't bad.

    Thank you!

    Have a good one,
    Emilie

  2. Woops! Thanks for the catch. I've fixed it. 🙂

    I think she's too used to it to feel bad about it anymore. 😉

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