Finally, June found his car at a building in the Arts district, where warehouses and concrete were peppered here and there with trees. She had almost given up, when she remembered a party they attended here months ago.
A few cars were parked outside, though no thriving business lived here. Obviously, there’d been a party, though she no one mentioned it to her. Apparently, a few people were unfit to drive home. She shook her head. Those two were no good for each other.
How could she keep Lori away from Jack? It seemed near impossible. They were both driving her mad, when she should be focusing on college applications and admissions essays. She sighed and opened the door.
People were sprawled around on worn couches and a stale smell of smoke and spilled alcohol permeated the air. Was that Lori in the back?
“Lori? Jack?” She called before thinking. Of course, they’d be mad she didn’t call them by Mom and Dad.
*163 words. Flash fiction for aspiring writers presents a new photo prompt weekly for writers to use as inspiration for a flash fiction story between 100-150 words, give or take 25. It’s fun to see the different perspectives of the same image. Photo credit must be given to the photographer, who, this week, is Foot and Foodie. If you want to join up, look for a new prompt on Tuesday, and find the rules and instructions at the site. Visit this past week’s challenge at: