Week of 12-15 through 12-21-2015

We are given a photo prompt and approximately 75-175 words with which to build our stories with. It is fun and addicting and everyone is invited to participate. For more information, click HERE.

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Eddie found an old bicycle in someone’s trash.

He took it home, painted it, put new tires on it and cleaned the chain.

When he got on it to ride, he put his feet on the pedals and it became a magic bicycle.

It lifted off the ground, spun around, and sped through the air with lighting speed, while Eddie called out the directions of where to go.

His friend, Butler, did not believe in magic, so Eddie told him he would make a believer out of him.

He instructed Butler what to do and the bicycle took off just like it had with him.

Butler became a believer in magic that day!

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Copyright © 2015 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

27 thoughts on “MAGIC

  1. I totally loved this story..Loved the simple way you have used to bring out such a wonderful moral…Sometimes what really is magical can be found only in places where we least expect it to be☺☺☺☺


  2. What a lovely, magical story, especially for this time of year. I wouldn’t mind a magical bike like that to help me do the Christmas shopping! It would beat sitting in traffic jams for getting into town! Happy Christmas to you, Jessie. 🙂


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