The wandering thoughts of a child of God, a wife, a mom to two theater lovin', homeschool graduates, one of which is a missionary wife soon bound for a foreign field far, far away, and a Grandma to the sweetest little girl ever! I'm a friend, a homemaker, a gardener, a woodwife of sorts, an aspiring herbalist, an artisan and crafter, the occasional writer of a fairytale or poem, lover of happy endings, somewhat of a hopeless romantic and a woman interested in traditional, sustainable skills.
Hats off to our writing host, Jenny Matlock for another simple yet challenging writing prompt for this week's Saturday Centus! Click on the button to the left to join the fun and share your own writing inspired by Jenny's weekly prompt. Today's prompt is in purple and the word limit is 100 additional words for a total of 106.
I'm continuing a story that I started here 6 months ago. If your new and would like to read what's happened so far, click HERE or on The Wall page above.
Here's this week's installment in the The Wall.
~Indignation and a host of other emotions flooded through me. Rushing out of the room, through the kitchen and down the garden path, I sat down under a tree, near the pasture fence, shaking with emotion. It was like not being able to find a lost child and wanting to hug and spank them all at the same time when they're found.
After relief finally won the battle, an eventual rumble in my stomach reminded me that I'd left before dinner. At the bar, in the pub, I ordered a sandwich. Someone slid onto the stool next to me.