Catching a Nap – Flash Fiction

Flopping down on the couch with pillow in tow, I knew I’d be asleep in no time at all. Hopefully Sandy would let me get an hour’s sleep or so before calling me. Exhaustion had kicked in and out I went. I woke with a startle, looked up and saw Ian standing there. “Oh no,Continue reading “Catching a Nap – Flash Fiction”

The Longest Days – Flash Fiction

This week’s flash fiction challenge over at Carrot Ranch is to write a short story or poem (in 99 words, no more, no less) using exhaustion as your prompt. —————————— Meg never realized how fatiguing it would be being the main caregiver for Ian’s mother who’d fallen and broken her hip. It had only beenContinue reading “The Longest Days – Flash Fiction”