This was a recent challenge that I did. It turned out to be quite dark…
I’m not afraid. I should be, but I’m choosing not to think about it. No fear – no problem – no fear.
Nobody could see me.
I was invisible in an invisible city.
There would be no shame, no judgement, no cat calling. It was liberating.
They gave the order to liberate the city from its crippling insecurities and made everyone invisible and guess what? People became happy. They were lonelier but happy.
A Weekend Challenge
Two for the price of one – can you link them together in a story? Is it the same person? What happened?
Adult in plastic coat
Man in water with flowers
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Never mind about Halloween coming! The Grandma in “George’s Marvellous Medicine” by Roald Dahl would scare anyone, not just George. Still he got his own back!
George’s Marvellous Medicine, Roald Dahl
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The Girl from the Sea – Chapter Eight
The room upstairs was speckled with daylight and shadow and was as quiet as a church. Joe had crept upstairs to check on the girl. He’d waited as long as he could – Mrs Captain had made them all sit down and eat breakfast and drink warm, sweet tea. Then she had bustled around tidying the bits and bobs away, all the time waiting for her husband to come out of his reverie. Continue reading
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