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The Nanny



 

Neha stared at the dress on the rack....it was the prettiest dress she had ever seen. She quickly checked out the size, it matched hers!!! What luck!!

She took a quick glance around to check if anyone was watching her. Nope... nobody around. She picked the dress, rushed to the trial room. After debating in her mind, she gave in to temptation.

She put on the dress carefully and looked at herself in the mirror. It was perfect!!! The fabric was so soft, the drape over her smooth curves only accentuated her sexy figure. She looked so pretty, she couldn't resist letting out a gasp... 

Suddenly she heard her name. She dumped the dress there and hurried out. "Where have you been?? I've been looking for you. Now take care of Riya..I don't have all day to finish shopping!!!"

"Sorry Ma'am." she said, taking Riya. For a moment she had forgotten, she was only the nanny...

                                           ------ MocktailMommy Prasanna

                                          Linking this post to #FridayFotoFiction by Tina and Mayuri 

                                                

11 comments:

  1. That twist at the end! People need to be respected and given their chances as well

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    1. Yes Arjun.. very true. All humans deserve to live their dreams and have their own aspirations!! Thank you for visiting our blog.

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  2. Suspense well guarded till end... a poignant take on the tale, Prasanna!

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    1. This was inspired by something I had once seen in Delhi. Thanks for your encouragement Anagha!!

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  3. Oh, oh! Tough luck, Neha.
    Good take on the prompt, Prasanna.
    Thank you for writing for #FridayFotoFiction

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    1. Thank you for visiting our blogpost Mayuri!!

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  4. I enjoyed the way you let the story unfold. Never thought about it from the Nannys perspective before

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    1. Thank you so much for the appreciation. I am glad you enjoyed reading it!!

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  5. So glad some of us thought about it. My heart goes to those nannies who accompany the parents on family outings but are never a part of the family. We often forget nannies are no less than us in terms of feelings and desires. I really enjoyed reading the post. Great take. :)

    Rashi Mital
    Live It Young

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    1. Thank you so much Rashi!! Yes, indeed we forget that they too have feelings!!

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  6. Superb Flash Fiction - short yet incisive

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