Her pink suitcase was overflowing with “necessities.” A panda bear, a blanket, her toothbrush. Tiny hands struggled to latch the cheap plastic piece of luggage.
“I’M LEAVING!” she screamed.
“Okay, honey,” her mother replied, not evening looking up from her book. “We will see you soon.”
“No! I’m leaving FOREVER!” stomping her foot, furious they didn’t care.
Slamming the door, she stormed out of the house and up the street.
She made it one block before turning back; fear overpowering rage at not being allowed to go to the sleepover.
“I’m sorry,” she cried, enveloped in her mother’s arms.
This blog post is part of Charli Mill’s Flash Fiction Challenge issued by Carrot Ranch Communications. January 6, 2016 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a rebellion. Is it one a character fights for or is it one another suppresses? Explore what makes a rebellion, pros or cons. Use past or current rebellions as inspiration or make up one of your own.