I didn’t get a chance to give Friday’s story prompt and random words a try until this afternoon, but I figured that it’s never too late.
My sprint-timer went off before I finished, so I’m hoping maybe someone else will feel inspired to add a little more to the story, like we did with the Scottish story a few months ago.
If not, I may have to see if this Friday’s words inspire some further action.
Anyway, without further ado, here is the start of the story of a character in week 2 of quarantine, including most of the words flavor, terror, meat, daffodil, deceit, doctor, captivity, playtime, crystal,
graffiti, boredom, boast, hiss, casino, ammonia, and applause.
What Could Possibly Go Wrong
Daffodil Masters McWhorter blew an errant curl of auburn hair out of her eyes for the millionth time and dealt two more cards in her latest game of Casino. It was week two of the nation-wide quarantine and she was miles beyond boredom. No shopping. No bars. No friends.
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