“And here,” he grinned over his shoulder, “is where they held their fertility rituals.”
Giggles rippled through the crowd. Hell, he loved this job. Taking tourists around the stone circle, watching them open-mouthed and wide-eyed.
“I’ve saved the best for last,” he stopped near a flat stone and dropped his voice. “This is where the aliens…”
“Okay, Brother. Enough!” She stepped out of the group, long black hair shimmering, eyes flashing, head held high. “You have had your fun. Come home. The Goddess is not pleased.”
“Damn,” he kicked at the ground.
She grabbed his arm and they disappeared.
Flash Fiction Challenge over at Carrot Ranch
April 27, 2016 prompt: Showing someone around a property – 99 words (no more, no less) This prompt was given to us this week by Anne Goodwin.
I missed last week’s prompt by Norah Colvin: “Circles”. So I incorporated both prompts into this one 99-word flash. Had fun, too. 🙂 I guess my complete lack of organizational skills as of late gives you another combo flash.