Seagram’s 7: Five Sentence Fiction

Love and admiration, family and memories, proud women and what this country is built on…

Lillie McFerrin posts a “Five Sentence Fiction” prompt.
This week it is: Fearless

reprinted from Lillie  McFerrin who reprinted it from VAntage Point

reprinted from
Lillie McFerrin
who reprinted it from VAntage Point


 
Seagram’s 7

Yes, Karen, that’s Grandma Seagram there in the middle of all those nurses.

That was World War II, my dear, and she was the driver for all those wonderful women.

In fact, because Grandma drove them around, they called themselves “Seagram’s 7”.

No, you’re too young to understand what that means, but that was a funny name they gave themselves at the time.

Most of all, remember this, sweetheart, that Grandma was a very brave woman, well-loved and highly regarded, and as old as she may seem to you today, she was, and in many ways still is, an incredible woman.

Randy Mazie

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