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Overdue Vacation: A Drabble

18 Feb

We booked our summer holidays yesterday, so in honor of that, I offer you a story about taking a long needed break.

A Vacation

“The building won’t fall down without you here, Kit.”

Kit gave her coworker a weak laugh of disbelief.

“I don’t get days off.”

“Of course you do. I can help, even. Let me take that load off your back.”

“You sure?”

“Totally.”

Before her coworker could rescind her offer, Kit transferred over her local godlet status, freeing her finally from the constant responsibility of caring for the building’s etheral and spiritual well being.

With a glance at her now gasping colleague, she skipped out of the room.

“I won’t be long. No more than a decade or two. I promise.”

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2 Comments

Posted by on February 18, 2013 in Drabbles, Online Fiction

 

2 responses to “Overdue Vacation: A Drabble

  1. Erin

    February 19, 2013 at 7:03 pm

    Not quite “weight of the world,” but I think most of us can empathize with this. Very nice!

     
    • Alex

      February 19, 2013 at 8:39 pm

      Yes, even small responsibilities can wear us down without a break from them. (Can you guess why I am not a parent?). ;-p

       

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