“I want the green ones,” Suzie shouted. The M&M candies were spread out on the table, the sisters choosing their favorite colors. Mae looked up in confusion. “There are no green ones, Suzie,” she said. “Those!” Suzie pointed. Mae sighed and handed her the red M&Ms. Her little sister was strange.

Later that day, Suzie screamed “Red light!” so vehemently that Dad slammed on the brakes, even though the light was green. He stopped the car just in time to miss hitting the young boy who suddenly lunged into the street. Mae hugged Suzie. Her little sister was amazing.

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    Lotchie Carmelo
    Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
    1 year ago

     Your story is funny. Little Suzie is very cute with her misidentification of Red and Green. But it was nice to feel that because of her mistake, something good happened, and they were saved from the accident when the young boy was almost hit. Well done.

    Linda Rock
    Linda Rock(@linda-rock)
    1 year ago

    This is a story I’d love to read more of, Fuji, there is so much potential here. The reveal at the end that little Suzie has special powers is genius. I assumed, as I’m guessing others will too, that she was colour blind. A brilliant story, as always.

    Margarida Brei
    Margarida Brei(@margarida-brei)
    1 year ago

    Oh, a sister with hidden talents!

    Christer Norrlof
    Christer Norrlof(@christer-norrlof)
    1 year ago

    Your story is funny, dramatic, and surprising at the same time, Fuji! It’s incredible and impressive that you managed to do this in the limited space.

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