Thank you so much for stopping by for Six Sentence Sunday! My time management skills have clouded my perception of days of the week and they’ve all blurred together. I have taken on a beta reader position for a talented new writer friend and I’m falling behind on my promise there. Get with the program M.L., buy a day planner! ;)
This week’s Six is one step back from last week. These lines appear just prior to last week’s. I initially passed them over because they didn’t seem particularly appealing, however, this week, they smiled at me and batted their eyes and so … how could I say no to them?
Rachael pulls away from the trailer park. Normally I wouldn’t be so apprehensive leaving the tin can, a throwback from the seventies with signature mint green, metal siding. At least it had indoor plumbing and the roof didn’t leak; unless it rained, or snowed. It’s different today. I feel and urge to stay with it, to protect it like it was my offspring. If finances don’t change soon the bank will take it in a few months.
Grr. I need to write happier things. Lol! Heavy sigh.
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