#FFFC art class

For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows a woman sitting crosslegged on the floor in what looks like an art classroom and she’s painting something, perhaps a still life that includes a blue-green tea kettle.

Mimi had started the art class as something to do to take her mind off of losing her dog.

She’d lost her dog 8 weeks ago, a friend has suggested the art class and she hadn’t been very interested at first, but it had grown on her.

Now she looked forward to going each week.

She enjoyed painting, and found it to be soothing.

She was also making new friends, and one of the men there seemed to have the hots for her.

This morning, as she painted, she hummed a tune.

All of a sudden she noticed pete watching her.

He couldn’t take his eyes off of her.

Want to go for coffee when class is done, he said, shyly?

Sure, she said, that’d be awesome!

Meet you downstairs at the door at 12 then, he said.

Ok, you got it, she said, looking forward to it!

Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #191 – This, That, and the Other (fivedotoh.com)

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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