This week’s photo prompt is provided by Jodi McKinney.
The air was crisp and cool, and Mom started the heat. We had stopped twice already for hot chocolate. Brent kept complaining about the cold.
“Come back here, Brent,” I called.
I put my feet up on his legs and he grimaced. “Oh, they’re not that heavy,” I insisted. “It’ll warm you up.” My strained neck leaned on a pillow by the window. It was a long ride, but soon, we would see snow.
“There are snowflakes on the windshield!” Mom exclaimed.
We gazed out the window.
“I wanna make a snowball!” Brent shouted. Small patches had gathered.
We stopped on the shoulder and got out. Brent collected a handful of mostly dirt and threw it at me. Mom sighed.
What else could I do but collect my own and throw it back? He giggled.
“Okay, you’ve had your first snowball fight. Time to go,” Mom instructed. “There will be enough for a snowman where we’re going.” (approx. 163 words)
**Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers provides a weekly prompt for inspiration. Writers must create a story of 100-150 words, give or take 25.