Children, Fiction, The Telegraph

Pink Dresses – Part II

"What do you eat at school?” Shreya asked her. Rhea told them about the salad bar, little milk cartons and baked fish. “Wow, that sounds like a restaurant,” said Sree with jealousy. She hated eating her boring home food every day. The school only had a muriwala and an ice cream cart. The girls spent… Continue reading Pink Dresses – Part II

Children, Fiction, The Telegraph

Pink Dresses – Part I

She’s coming back, finally!” Sree exclaimed. Shreya frowned. “No, she isn’t. It’s just for two weeks,” she corrected her friend. Sree stopped grinning but refused to be sad. “We haven’t seen her in one year,” she thought out loud. The same question was stuck in both their minds: would Rhea be the same as before?… Continue reading Pink Dresses – Part I