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.
This week we're using a prompt inspired by Jenny's world. We have 100 words plus the prompt (total of 106) to write our tale.
Since this week is crazy with activity, I'll get right to it.
Here's my continuation of The Wall...
~ I couldn't help but notice the box on the sideboard next morning. It was full of pictures, books and various mementos.
After the dishes were cleared, we got up to go but Anna motioned for us to sit down. She pulled a photo album from the box and opened it to a faded photo of a young couple standing in front of a vintage fire engine. They were holding on to each other and smiling. It was Matthew and Anna. The wedding was at the firehouse and other photos showed family and friends gathered around the couple. One fellow, in particular, looked very familiar to me. ~