PHOTO PROMPT © Shaktiki Sharma
Karen was a little different.
Some girls are part of a gaggle, always huddled together, giggling, chatting, falling in and out of friends from day-to-day, but Karen was often alone.
Mrs Davey looked out of the window and sighed. Karen has a beautiful nature. Children can be so cruel.
At the bell, the children trooped back in.
Mrs Davey asked the TA to supervise the class and quietly took Josie outside.
Next playtime, Josie made a beeline for Karen and tucked her arm in hers.
“Would you like to be my friend?”
Mrs Davey gave her an almost imperceptible wink.
Word Count: 100
Written for Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle. Read the other entries here.