Edna took in the surroundings, shaking her head in bewilderment. Ed stood speechless. Is this for real?
The tour of the new campus student housing facility left them wondering what college had become. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, crown moulding, gourmet dining, Jacuzzi tubs, climbing walls, swimming pools, sand volleyball courts.
Edna ran her fingers over the smooth granite countertop in one of the units. Ed stared at the lounge pool table.
“We plan to grow enrollment,” the college official proclaimed with a smile, “by making sure our students feel at home.”
“Home?” Edna blurted without thinking. “Home? Whose home?”
This 99-word story is my contribution to the June 22 Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge to "write a story about home."
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