“First find valuable item. Then explain how it is important,” her master said, and left.

She saw a torn balloon, acorns, a metal box, seashells, a rock with a face painted on it, and many more useless items. She shook her head. Nothing seemed valuable.

A while later, her master returned, and she still hadn’t picked an item.

“Too difficult? I help,” Master said.

She watched him pick up something, and carefully place it in her hand. Except, there didn’t seem to be anything there.

“Master, what is it?”

“Grain of sand. You half-done now. Other half easy, yes?”

Thanks for reading!

Written for the Friday Fictioneers, 21 OCTOBER 2016

100 words.

PHOTO PROMPT © Claire Fuller

For more stories based on this prompt, go to the linkup.


21 thoughts on ““Priceless”

        1. Hello Amanda! Thanks for the nomination, I’m glad you thought of me. 🙂 I could probably find the time to do the quotes but I’m a bit reluctant to forward challenges like this. I don’t want to disappoint you, of course, I just don’t feel comfortable nominating others. I hope you understand. Cheers!

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