Cory stalked in the moonlight behind his mom’s house, looking furtively for Gina. He planned to marry her someday. Unfortunately, convincing his mom, Janet, that Gina was nothing like her sleezy sister had proven challenging…so far.
In the moonlight, he saw a vision in white. Cory grinned in surprise at Gina’s sheer nightdress. He ran toward her until he could see clearly and then…
“Geez! Mom!” protested Cory.
Janet covered herself sheepishly. “Cory! What’re you doing here?”
“What about you?”
“Buttercup!” Gary the mailman ran toward Janet wearing only green tights, a leather vest…and fairy wings.
“So, Mom,” chuckled Cory. “Can we talk about Gina again, now?”
Written for the Friday Fictioneers. Each week, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a Fictioneer-supplied photo as a prompt for flash fiction. This is my story based on the photo above. See what other stories were written about the same pic right here: https://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/2015/08/05/7-august-2015/