Tracy scampered through the puddles, ruining her new Birkenstocks as she ran.
There he was, waiting patiently in the alley, parked at a 30-minute meter.
Teddy hated dealing with wet feet on their trysts. They made such a mess on the counter in the back of his ice cream truck.
Pat Campbell is a retired Professor of Drama. She has been writing short stories for many years and is a published Haiku and Tanka poet. She loves the challenge of writing a complete story in just fifty words.