Day 22: Fog

Like most December winter mornings in London, the weather was horrendous. Waking up at 6am for work was proving to be a more difficult task than was anticipated. My body could not gather the strength to leave the bed and the thought of another cold shower made it all even less appealing. With little toContinue reading “Day 22: Fog”

Day 20: Missed Connection

For today’s writing challenge, I went on Craigslist and looked at the missed connections section for some inspiration. This text was adapted from Easyjet to Inverness 25.10.18 (Gatwick). As soon as I got on the flight, I saw you sitting there, row 1A. I had never felt so lucky in my life, as my seatContinue reading “Day 20: Missed Connection”

Day 19: Great Minds

I once knew a woman with a great mind. She thought of things that no one else could see. She looked at every situation and could tell you how that came to be and where it would most likely lead, and rarely was she wrong. Her abilities not only stopped with situations but went toContinue reading “Day 19: Great Minds”

Day 11: Dragon

I stood at the entrance of the cave, staring in, breathing heavily. I knew this day would come, I knew I had to face it. I walked in slowly, not wanting my presence to be known, I knew that my best bets of wining laid in this being a surprise attack. I could hear it’sContinue reading “Day 11: Dragon”

Day 7: The Rocket Ship

He took it everywhere he went. He wouldn’t stop playing it. It was a gift from his grandfather, before he passed away, and since then he held on to the rocket-ship as if it were the only thing left of him to hold on to. He loved it like he loved his grandfather. I rememberContinue reading “Day 7: The Rocket Ship”