Well hello to all from the snowy mountains of Virginia! Yes, if you are paying attention I began with the same sentence last week. Over the last 10 days we have accumulated 20 inches with more forecast for tonight. What are we to do in such a situation? Visit others’ blogs. We should take this time to support our fellow bloggers and see what is going on online.
Friday Fictioneers is a great place to start. With a measly 100 words we consider a photo offered by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields and create a complete story. This week the contributor of said photo is Dawn G. Landau.
Copyright – Dawn G. Landau
For Penelope the decade had seemed twice as long. For 3,659 days she was nobody, an enigma, basically just someone declared to be a daughter, sister, and best friend. But within the confines of her mind none of this equation balanced; until that moment, when all the fuzzy and disjointed memories pooled. Fear, regret and relief mingled.
The trail was exactly as she remembered. She just had to find the old Live Oak where she hid the gun. She slowed when she reached the riverfront, but there was no tree. Instead there stood a playground and picnic area.
“Peace!” Penelope sighed.