Perhaps those who venture to read the various posts to this week's Six Sentence Stories - Walk may feel they have been on a walkabout. Time will tell. I am thankful for Denise of Girlie On The Edge's Blog who every week hosts this blog hop. Click the link and you will be able to read the other stories written only in six sentences including the cue word for today.
It wasn’t just the visible barriers that lay in sight that should have concerned her, but those hidden underneath which continued to quietly gnaw away at the roots others had established.
Taking the path of least resistance certainly had its advantages but not being willing to face the problem square on perhaps would only lead to bigger problems later on.
Neither is zigzagging exactly the fastest approach to reaching one’s goal, but sometimes the adventures encountered in doing so bring their own rewards, while in other instances, the tiniest zig leads one on a road to ruin or sometimes death. Best to consider carefully the worth of a zig.
She eyed the gravel road to the small cemetery but today she decided not to walk up there. Instead she chose to turn about determined to stay on the straight and narrow road with a resolution to somehow make things right.