“I am really glad we decided to go camping.”
He recognized the sarcasm but still nodded as they lay together under the stars gazing up towards the heavens.
She continued,“There is something about living off the land. Not having a clue about what could happen and how you will handle roughing it. That is how you described this right?”
“I did prepare though. I brought food, water filtration, and a few tools.”
“Yes, but you forgot one thing.”
He sighed, “They will find us… Eventually.”
This is my flash fiction submission for this Weeks Friday Fictioneers presented by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. The idea is to write a story at or under 100 words based of of the photo prompt. Photo courtesy of © Madison Woods.
This story is 90 words. I always welcome constructive criticism.
You can find this and other stories this week Here.
Woman on Pause