After a month-long hiatus, I checked back with the Friday Fictioneers and was delighted with this week's photo prompt. Read my 100-word story below the photo and enjoy others' flash fiction at http://rochellewisofffields.com
By Beth Carter
Tommy kicked a pebble down a dusty road near the mostly boarded-up town square. When will this boring vacation be over?
“Why can’t we go to Disneyland?”
“It’s more important to visit your grandparents,” said Tommy’s father.
As Tommy walked in step with his shadow, he ran into a large metal box with a cord.
Tommy stared at his dad’s iPhone. “Were people giants? As big as dinosaurs?”
His dad ruffled Tommy’s hair. “No, son, technology has improved.”
Tommy instinctively reached into the coin dispenser and pulled out a shiny quarter.
“Some things never change."