I love an old fashioned breakfast!
Are we to take it Mum has expired? ooer...
Mmmm... this litle drama seems too real to be fiction! I hope MOTHER recovers in the sequel!
"...and they all lived happily ever after?"(That's 'old-fashioned' also, I guess--grin!)PEACE!
We all want to know...how is mom doing? A clever morality tale. Vb
No way! Mom is just recuping right? Love the style of those old-fashioned breakfasts.
Oh...now you've aroused my interest!
I thought Mom was having a meltdown in the kitchen with Chip over Georgia's behavior that morning. It's not just the skipping breakfast, it's her sullen teen-ager demeanor... And now Georgia's going to get the frustrated story about Chip! This play has summed up this family in a nutshell! Good play, dialogue, and point!
Excellent - so true to life.
You have left us in suspense. Nice dialogue!
breakfast does say so much - nice morality play, but then, I think teenagers are ... teenagers but they grow out of it, eventually
Nice one.What happened Mom, lets hope she saw sense and went out for breakfast, great family dynamic.
Which one are you, Mum, Chip or daughter?
How quickly the roles can change. Well done.
Lovely piece of writing. They eventually become us, fried breakfasts and all. lol
Like mother, like daughter! When things are finished, they seem to start all over again...you did so much with this..
Hope mums okay too!Anna :o]
Nice work, but gotta repeat the question, where's Mum?
Oooooo .... the neat thing about writing something like this? The answer lies in the mind of the reader's imagination.
Old- fashioned breakfast.. I miss those for sure!I haven't really eaten many mornings- actually years.. my circumstances..Since last 2 months, I have resumed or may I say begun to eat in the mornings again- it definitely feels great!!Hugs xox
Thank you for visiting me and your kind words.. :DMuch appreciated :) x
I think I lost the plot...
Exemplary writing, perfect in its execution.
This seems like it may be sad. Hope that the Mom is okay. Lovely play! :o)