Two young girls draw and color their scribbles all day. The older teaches the younger about types of colors. And how the problem with being left handed when you color is the stain marks left on your pinky. The younger one noticed.
“Look,” she points at her sister’s dirty blue finger.
“Oh,” the older one responds and licks the smudge off.
“What did it taste like?” the younger one asked.
She thought about it before answering. “It tasted like blue,” she said.
By Emma Smith