Holidays were not going along with the sid’s imagination. It only took first three days to prove him wrong. It was an ad commercial that finally got his nerve,
“Use our new germ-tech toothbrush to see and era…”
As he was walking away,
“Do you want to buy one, Sid? ” His mother asked casually.
“That one…” Pointing to the ad, “Why would I want to see my own germs on my smartphone..?”
“Maybe a 9-year-old can brush more..”
“Weird inventions… Why are they so aimless ?”
“Look at who is talking….” His mother smiled, “ Ask it yourself.”
To his surprise, he didn’t get a reply.
He went for a walk and bought some crayons.
An hour passed,
It was same paper as before except for…
It might be a god’s idea to sent a gush of air to elope the paper from the sid’s lap.His second thought was to let it go, but the first reminded him of his hour’s treasure.
He ran. Almost slipped, crashed but never got the paper off-sight.Unknowingly, sid’s narration for his run started a chain reaction.
He smiled when the thought of both having enough time to roam around crossed his mind.
Midst the pollution, he could see the date written on the piece of paper.
Thank you for reading…
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