You could call it a typical spring day but what is normal anyway? For me, I believe there is no such thing as normal not with all the crazy things that have been happening to me since I woke up to find myself in that casket. I’m sure they almost buried me alive. I’m not sure who was freaked out more, me or those who were sitting about at the funeral home when I sat up and looked around. My voice sounding like a squeak as the words couldn’t work their way from my throat.
Then to hear Aunt Cara tell everyone ten reasons why I should have died sooner just appalled me. I never knew she thought of me that way. I don’t remember that time being mentioned when I pushed my cousin Gail into the pool. She claimed I did it maliciously. But what about that time that Gail rammed her bike into mine? She never was reprimanded for that incident. Come to think of it, maybe Aunt Cara never liked me.
Now she must really hate me after what I did to her that day when I sat up in the coffin. The day I ripped open her throat and drank all her blood.
It sucks being a vampire.
Copyright © 2017 by Linda Nelson
4 thoughts on “What’s a Typical Spring Day?”
So funny! Poor Auntie:)
I am glad you enjoyed the bit of flash fiction. Thanks for stopping by.
Quite a turn of events…I was feeling sorry for her at the beginning, surprised in the middle, and dislike at the end. Well written. 🙂
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Thank you, Jessie. I’m glad you enjoyed my little story. Thanks for stopping by.