” Mommy, why didn’t the car stop? You are supposed to stop your car on a zebra crossing. My teacher said that it’s the rule. Everyone should follow the rule, shouldn’t they? Then why didn’t he follow the rule, mommy? “
As usual, the mother had to think for a while before answering her seven-year-old daughter’s seemingly endless questions.
That’s it! This post brings us to the conclusion of the #AtoZChallenge. Thanks a lot for sticking around. 😀 This was a great experience. I loved every minute of this challenge. 😀 (except maybe these last few days when I had to take a break from this blog to focus on my career.)
I’m busy preparing for an upcoming exam. (Barely a week left until the exam and brushing up on four years worth of engineering subjects is tough!) But I promise that I’ll reply to all those wonderful comments and I’ll catch up on all your blog posts that I haven’t had a chance to read soon. My schedule is way too hectic now! I’ll be free in a week! I’m really sorry. Please do keep reading and commenting.
The challenge might be over but this won’t be the last you hear of tiny tales – more tiny tales are on their way. I’ll back with them..soon 🙂
Here are the links to my other #AtoZChallenge tiny tales. Click on any letter to read the corresponding tiny tale.
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I have decided to join my fellow bloggers Sue and Melanie in displaying “a list of all the fiction-based A to Zs on all of our blogs, and thus engage in the ancient art of Online Cross-Promotion.” Do visit my fellow A to Z Fictioneers whose blogs I’ve displayed on the sidebar!
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