Sad To Be Forgotten – Flash Fiction
Talking to her aunt about Sunday dinner Meg was a little concerned about her grandmother because Aunt Jenny told her she wasn’t herself lately.
Sunday arrived and Meg was a few minutes late.
Grandma was there and seated at the dinner table. Meg thought she looked perfectly fine and maybe her aunt had been mistaken. Meg greeted her with a hug and then sat down at the table.
Cousin Sandy sat next to Meg and during dinner, grandma spoke up asking, “Sandy, is this your new boyfriend?”
“No, it’s Meg, your granddaughter, you remember.”
Grandma sat there looking confused.
© Susan Zutautas 2019
This short story is written for a flash fiction challenge over at Carrot Ranch.
In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about someone unremembered. Is it a momentary lapse or a loss in time?