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Denise Farley of Girlie on the Edge's Blog has given us the word difference for the her blog hop this time. I'm linking my post to Six Sentence Stories - Difference. For some quick reading check out the stories at her site. She posts the new prompt each Sunday evening to give bloggers a few days to dream up a new story to link up on Thursday, or possibly Wednesday evening, depending on where you might live.
As the new school year began, many of the returning students couldn't help but wonder who this new girl was.
Although the name was recognizable, the difference was startling, and she looked nothing like the girl everyone knew as Kenny last year.
A waistline which had hardly been discernible, because of the extra pounds gained from eating cheese burgers and fries and drinking chocolate milkshakes each lunch hour, was now like that of models with hour-glass figures which was accented even more by her new stylish wardrobe.
Her beautiful green eyes were more visible now that her cats-eyes glasses had been replaced with contact lenses and makeup had been skillfully applied to highlight her eyes.
The milk chocolate brown hair which had once been shoulder length had grown long over the summer and could now be worn in an assortment of styles, like the French twist.
An expanding circle of friends included more of the "in crowd," but some of her former friends dropped by the wayside and seemed less important as she grasped to understand her new outer self and whether it caused a schism of her inner self.