“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
He thought he found the perfect hiding spot. He was camouflaged and watching. That was exactly where he needed to be. He couldn’t believe that he was witness to his wife cheating on him. In front of everyone. How could she? They had been together two years now.
And this guy. Oh, THIS guy… He was nothing like Eddie. This guy was suave. He actually sauntered. That was how he stole his purrfect Missy. By ambling around as if he were the only male here.
Well not today my friend. Today he was going to stay incognito until she realiz–
“Dinner Time!! Come on Missy… Eddie… and you too Mittens. Come on and eat your dinner sweet baby kitties!!!”
Eddie stood up, straightened and began to walk towards his bowl. All the while smirking, “Mittens, huh.”
Word Count 129
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Woman on Pause
Below is my story for Friday Fictioneers. The idea is to write 100 words or less based on a photo prompt.
Photo courtesy of Dee Lovering
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She didn’t know when it began.
The horrific panic she experienced as a passenger in a car. It was better if she was driving but the panic still surfaced anytime someone hit their breaks. She would feel physical pain from the shock every single time. Doctors said it was a panic attack and gave her anti-anxiety meds for the drive to the funeral.
When she woke she asked if she could drive to feel more at ease. He agreed.
When she woke again their car lodged into a welcome center off of I-91 she realized the meds worked.
She never panicked even once.
I hope everyone enjoyed my submission. Constructive critisism always welcomed. I haven’t done one of these in a while but I always enjoy them!
Woman on Pause