CW: Boy’s club

In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about Cora Kingston”
– a prompt for this week’s CW piece.
[Source: CarrotRanch]

 

When I was a kid, whenever I would stay with him over the summer, grandpa used to take me out for breakfast Saturday morning. While grandma and my sister – Nicole stayed at home and tended to the house chores, we would go out to have “manly” talks. No girls were allowed. The truth was we would drive to Kingston to eat what grandpa normally wasn’t allowed, like crepes loaded with fruits, whipped cream and creamy chocolate hazelnut filling, and drizzled with honey-butter. Cora’s Breakfast& Lunch was our little secret.

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    1. How do you know the restaurant is terrible?
      No, I don’t think it’s the same Cora. If you click on the hyperlink for the source of my prompt, you can read more on the “real” Cora. However, she was a someone who was a no one. Just another name on a tombstone. But that’s what I like about those prompts – people have different ideas about the same thing.

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