Dusting, sweeping, window washing—the family readied their home for the presence of grandmother.
Oh, thought Priscilla, it’s going to be fun, I can hardly wait until she gets here. Giggling beside herself,
Priscilla picked out her finest dress and slipped on her sparkly slippers, and she even decorated Fluffy.
“You sure are excited,” Priscilla’s mother exclaimed.
Priscilla gave an impish grin; “I can’t wait to see the presents.”
This was when Priscilla had her first lesson about homonyms.
This is my response to the weekly prompt from Girlie on the Edge.
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