She knew he was there, waiting. She opened the door and there he stood, grinning sheepishly. She felt faint.
She took in that goofy grin, those deep dark eyes, that silly hat… She left the rest outside.
She had a thing for snowmen, but he was melting way too fast.
Pat Campbell is a retired Professor of Drama. She has been writing short stories for twenty-five years and is a published Haiku and Tanka poet. She loves the challenge of writing a complete story in just fifty words.