Rotating Wheels


Image Credit: Anjo Beckers Photography

No way is my dad going to the old age home, Nisha said biting her lips.

But of what use is he to us?? Neeraj retorted back.

He didn’t raise me to be a strong woman, sacrificing the pleasures in his life to be sent to an old age home, she decided. Taking her five year old daughter she decided to make a move ,unbearable to see the sight of her husband.

Her daughter motioned her to stop. She went near her dad, and lovingly asked, “Papa, would you like it if my husband did the same?”

97 words.

Thanks Bikurgurl for running this challenge and Anjo Beckers Photography.The challenge is to write in a 100 words based on the picture. For more information please refer here

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