The Weekend Trifecta Writing Challenge is to take a scene that involves (or affects) at least three people and write this scene from the point of view of three of the characters, using 33 words for each character. — HA! Just realized after writing my story I didn’t follow these directions . . . oops!
“I hate my name,” little Poindexter Hepatitis remarked to his mother, Roberta.
“Which one? Poindexter or Hepatitis?” Roberta asked absently — for her mind was more agreeably engaged with the placement of the candles on Poindexter’s birthday cake.
Poindexter was about to answer when he was interrupted by his father, Vladimir Hepatitis.
“Nonsense!” Vladimir Hepatitis harrumphed. “Vladimir is a good enough name for me and it’s a good enough name for my son.”
“But father, you didn’t name me Vladimir, you named me Poindexter”
“No kidding? What was I thinking?”
The Hepatitis’s couldn’t stop laughing as they ate their cake.
Vladimir Poindexter Hepatitus