tiny tale #4: Doubt

Whenever she had a doubt, she turned to Google for help.

*Okay Google*

“Will I need an umbrella tomorrow?”

*Okay Google*

“What is the Nyquist stability criterion?”

and on and on went her list of doubts.

But when life threw her a curveball, she ditched Google and called her mother.

This post was written in response to today’s Daily Prompt: Doubt

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69 thoughts on “tiny tale #4: Doubt

  1. A great post.
    I think mothers are always there with us, just when we need them
    Even I am the ind of person who would go to her mom for every other thing, I mean whenever I have any sort of troubles it’s my mom who I turn to.

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      1. Oh thank you Chandni. It means a lot to hear that. Don’t let anything hold you back from writing a short story. You have great talent. I know you’ll be able to write such tales too. 😊
        I’m quite new to this myself! If you look through my previous posts, you’ll find that my obsession with tiny tales started recently. I have a tendency to write posts that are too long. 😀😂
        Thanks for reading. Much appreciated ❤😊

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      2. Awww! 😻 My other friends also suggest me to write stories. Ab aap bhi keh rahe toh let me try then. 🤓
        Exactly, my posts are very long too, and people don’t like to read longer ones 😂 Fortunately, you read them huh, thankyou! 😃 I’ll surely go through your previous posts. Nice talking to you, Shweta. 😍

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      3. Go ahead and try! I’ll be waiting for that post. 😉 Yeah most people tend to shy away from reading the longer ones. I know the effort it takes to write those long posts! Oh, it’s a pleasure to read your posts. 😊 Thanks for reading! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts about those posts. Pleasure talking to you as well, Chandni. ❤😊

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    1. Sorry, it’s a technical term. It was a slight reference to the time when I was an engineering student. And just to be clear, the character turns to her mother when life threw her a curve ball! Thanks for reading 🙂


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