The following was written for a challenge called #SixSentenceStoryover at Denise’s. This week’s prompt word is “Hunch”. Everything was ready, salads were made, veggies ready to cook, table set, and wine chilling. All that was left to do was barbeque the ribs and cook the veggies. After going outside to start the grill I came back intoContinue reading “Happy to Have Two – Six Sentence Story”
When Pete walked into the principal’s office, he was shocked to see his mother sitting there looking like something was very wrong and hoped that there was nothing wrong with his dad; why else would she be here. Taking a seat Pete looked over at his mother and asked, “Is everything okay?” “Principal TaylorContinue reading “Guilty or Innocent – Part 4”
Wolves howl to others Warning, communicating Moon makes no difference Bloodhounds, beagles, howl The same way that the wolves do For different reasons © Susan Zutautas 2019 This 2 stanza haiku was written for this week’s Six Sentence Story. The prompt word this week is “Howl”.
This was written for Six Sentence Story hosted by Denise. Image by Sasin Tipchai from Pixabay Whenever I exercise, I feel like I’m going to die. Swimming laps is fun to do, try them, you might like them too. Running around the track at school, made me feel like such a fool. I would go once around,Continue reading “Please Don’t Make Me Exercise”
A short story with only six sentences.
It was Sunday and I was out for a drive with my parents on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon in California heading to Griffith Park. We happened upon a traffic jam, not unusual for Los Angeles, and there was a car beside us with several young guys looking over at me in the backseat. OurContinue reading “Sunday Afternoon Drive”