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June 14, 2015

Orange Dimes - Sweet Sour LIfe

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The children of this house call me ‘uncle’. It has been years since I am delivering oranges to this house.

Did you notice that smile on my face? Well, the housekeeper tells me I have a new customer in this house. I took out this special blue bag to present the orange dimes to babu’. ‘Orange dimes’ as Babu would call these oranges. Generally, I sell oranges packed in newspaper but today it is different.

I hear Babu’s footsteps coming hurriedly to the gate just as he did when he was a boy of four.

“Uncle, extra Orange Dimes today.”

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  1. The oranges look really good, and a cute story as well!

    1. Glad you liked it Linda. :)

  2. Smiles spread as I read the post and so does it on the face of the fruit seller :)

    1. Thank you for liking the post. Glad that it could bring a smile to you Too.

  3. Good take on the prompt :)

    1. Welcome Sunita and thank you for liking the perspective on this post.

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    1. Thank yor Archana. :)


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