100 Drabbles of Summer – 18. Humility

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18.  Humility

“Who taught you to sing, Anna?”

Rolling onto her back, Anna looked at her boyfriend.  “No one.  I picked up a lot listening to the radio when I was a kid, and high school choir took whatever skill I might have had and developed it.  Why?”

Jason shook his head, admiringly.  “Because you’re fantastic, and I was curious.”

Anna blushed.  “I’m decent,” she said.  “And what about you?  You have a lovely voice.”

“Not half as good as yours.”

“Please,” Anna snorted.  “Who do you think I’d rather listen to, you or me?”

“You.” 

She hit him with a pillow. 

Anna Foster and Jason Vilnas.  Original characters. 

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