Started out for the big supermarket eight blocks away. Noon. Very hot. The streets were nearly empty. It was a holiday. He came out and stood against the door frame. A baby boomer like me. I crossed the street.
“Any green peppers?”
I bought two green peppers, one onion and three sodas.
“Business pretty slow, huh?”
“What can you do?”
I was glad that before I left another customer came in.
This series is dedicated to Andy Warhol who grew up in Pittsburgh a few blocks from my apartment. Guy Hogan
Keep reading and keep writing that flash fiction.
- Andy Warhol, Karaoke And 15 Minutes Of Fame (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- This Flash Fiction Writing Workshop Is Free (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)