A Breakdown

The grandfather told his 6-year-old grandson how once, many years ago, his car had broken down on the way to the family’s vacation destination.

“After a while a driver kindly stopped to help and drove me to a car repair shop so I could get the car picked up and fixed and we could continue on our journey.”

The boy, puzzled, wondered why his grandfather hadn’t simply used his mobile* phone…

* Cell

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Trifextra: Week Seventy-One

On to the prompt.  This weekend we’re revisiting an early Trifextra, our second ever.  The challenge is to write a complete story in only three sentences.  Good luck!

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15 thoughts on “A Breakdown

    • Thanks Janna. Yes, phones and computers are such an integral part of their lives, they can’t image life without them. I am not sure I can conceive it anymore myself 😉

  1. Kids today are funny! It is the age of information and they know so much about so many things yet, they know so little about so much as well. You captured that vibe very well. 🙂

  2. LOL! Yes, it’s actually a good thing they didn’t live in our times. They wouldn’t have survived..hehehe
    Lovely post Lena. 😀

  3. Kids…they are so open. Thanks to the technology around us now. Sometime in the future, people will find some of the things we have now as obsolete. It’s an ever changing world.

    Another fun and enjoyable post, Lena.

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