Happy Friday, Kids. First, I need to extend an apology. Oh, no, I am not apologizing for the tough photo challenge this week. Nope. I quite enjoyed the fact that no one got it right. Mwahahahaha!
I am apologizing for the fact that I have not responded to comments or read other blogs in days/weeks. I’ve been busy with work and school things, and I have not had the
time energy to stay on top of the “relaxing” part of my life. Things should settle down significantly after today, though.
As is the case whenever there is a “Wednesday’s What is It?”, my work of short-fiction exactly 100 words in length (aka a drabble) will reveal the mystery photo I posted on Wednesday. Forgive me, but I am quite pleased this photo was hard – wicked hard, even. It had to take something completely random to stump you smarties.
Let’s see if you can figure out the photo based on my drabble. Good luck! And, thank you very much for playing.
He pulled the paper from the roll, thinking about how she pulled him into her life.
He ripped the paper along the edge of the blade and felt as if he’d been stabbed in the heart.
So much love.
His son’s project would have to wait. He had to get her before she was gone.
In his car, he raced to the place where he left her. How could he have just left her? He needed her – more than she needed him.
His stood at the window. Their eyes met. Her tail wagged. Goldie found her forever home.