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Charli, over at the Carrot Ranch gave us the prompt Exhaustion. Here are the rules:
In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes exhaustion. Who is exhausted and why? Can you make art of exhaustion? Go where the prompt leads!
Exhausted. The mere thought of the word makes me tired. I suppose staying up until the wee hours of the morning isn’t the best way to overcome it, but writing has a way of taking what it wants. There’s never a choice.
Still, finding the chance to sneak a few winks before Marsha shows up is difficult. Once she is here, there is no hope of relaxing. She is a spitfire, a jumble of energy. I am just a tired old woman. She never understands. But then again, editors never really do.
Chapter 1… my mind is a blank.
Word Count: 99
Carrot Ranch April 25: Flash Fiction Challenge
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Charli Mills said:
I busted out laughing, Dorinda! But good to have a spitfire of an editor. 😉
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Dorinda Duclos said:
🤣 it was a toss up between muse & editor.
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