This week I had three blog hop prompts floating around in my head. I wrote a post for Finish the Sentence Friday - in 1000 years from now. After finishing it I realized that I had used the requirements for another blog hop which requires that you write a story in exactly 100 words. I'd written a story for FTSF in exactly 100 words which wasn't the requirement for FTSF. After seeing the error of my ways, I realized that what I'd written, with just a little editing, could be used for not only FTSF but for the Six Sentence Stories - Refuse post which requires that you write a story in six sentences. (I still need to write a post for the blog hop that requires 100 words, because it has a prompt that just doesn't fit with this post.) Sometimes multi-tasking while writing posts for different blog hops isn't the best approach. Now that I've got your head spinning with my writing misadventure, I hope you'll turn your attention to my much easier to understand story.
Thanks in advance to Ivy Walker host of Six Sentence Stories - Refuse and to Kristi Rieger Campbell, host of Finish the Sentence Friday, in 1000 years from now. This post is being linked to both of these sites.
She never expected to be there that day. She'd just felt like going for a walk up the hill. Then she rounded a bend and thought she heard a man's voice off in the distance. Cautiously she walked closer so she could hear better and then sat down by a large boulder where she could listen but not be seen. A few of the things were difficult for her to understand, and her family might refuse to believe what she would tell them later. But never in a 1000 years from now would she deny what she had felt then.