My imperfect kitchen which I treasure #FridayFictioneers

Sara is the perfect wife, mother, entrepreneur, daughter, activist- I count myself lucky to have found a life partner I look upto.

Life was  rough, we lived hand to mouth but with our hard work and luck, we are now millionaires.

We live in a mansion. One thing that puzzles me is Sara has kept her kitchen the same way as in our old shack- with a cobweb, broken glass pane. It mars the beauty of a perfect house.

She proudly says “This imperfect kitchen reminds me of the struggle we went through, I don’t want to forget those days, be thankful to God and be humble. This imperfect kitchen reinforces my faith that nothing lasts forever.

Linking up with the amazing Rochelle Wisoff who hosts a weekly photo prompt flash fiction.



30 thoughts on “My imperfect kitchen which I treasure #FridayFictioneers

  1. Akshata, I am not a millionaire, but I am truly blessed. My brother teased me about keeping my dad’s old set of drill bits. I gifted my brother an almost identical new set of drill bits. You see, my dad was a machinist and I treasure my youth. Beautiful story.

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