The Last and Most Special Snowflake

This week, I chose the prompt presented on Dragonition.  The prompt was a photo with a set of dialogue, and in this case I put the prompt in bold.  Because the prompt was pure dialogue, I chose to continue by writing only in dialogue.  I must also admit that the darkness in Carrie Ann Golden’s Extinction Event probably helped me set the tone here.  Thanks to all on WordPress who serve as inspiration to me!

‘You said there would be snow.’Photo prompt 04212018

‘There’s a bit.’

‘What, that tiny pile?’

‘I didn’t say how much.’

‘I can’t do anything with that.’

‘Add some sugar and make a snowcone.’

‘Gross.’

‘Did you come over here just to complain?  This is the last snow you’ll ever see, and you’re just going to grumble about it?’

‘Other people have snow machines.’

‘The weather’s never going to get this cold again.  Look, my snow’s already melting, and I don’t think it’ll last long.’

‘Ergh… fine, let’s get this over with.’

‘Here’s the sugar.’

‘Oh… oh, man, that is so good!’

‘I never dreamed cold food would be this amazing!’

‘Mother of God, that was awesome!’

‘It’s gone, now.’

‘Was it worth it?’

‘Yeah.  I got to share the most precious snowflake with you.’

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