Simply 6 Minutes—Welcome To The Challenge: 01/05/2021 — Reblogged from Stine Writing

Happy New Year!! Welcome to the 6 minute challenge! Today’s prompt is: *****For any participants that do NOT like restrictions, please feel free to participate in any way you would like. It is great to read the contributions!**** Set up a timer or sit near a clock so you can keep track of the six […]

Simply 6 Minutes—Welcome To The Challenge: 01/05/2021 — Stine Writing

It seemed innocent enough. The squirrel was friendly, wasn’t it? She was holding the berry in a way that would allow the furry creature to pluck it out of her mouth so he would only get the small fruit. But she was wrong. The squirrel wasn’t quite as “friendly” as he seemed, and was overly-aggressive when it came to getting at the berry. Little did she know that the reasoning was that he was sick; it wasn’t his fault. The dizziness he experienced affected his depth perception, which caused him to inadvertently catch her bottom lip. She jumped back immediately, let out a scream, and clamped her hand to her now-bleeding mouth. “Are you okay?” her husband asked. “Yeah, I’m fine,” she replied as she looked at the blood on her hand. A couple days later, she started experiencing the symptoms. It would not be labelled COVID-19 until a few months later.
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Published by Brandon Ellrich

I live in Central Missouri and enjoy reading, writing, playing tennis, watching movies, and exploring creative outlets. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and I love to take my readers inside the minds of my characters.

10 thoughts on “Simply 6 Minutes—Welcome To The Challenge: 01/05/2021 — Reblogged from Stine Writing

  1. I have to laugh because isn’t it true that if a cute little squirrel came up to you and acted like it wanted to be friends, you would befriend it? Little suckers can’t be trusted! Thank you for participating!

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