In case you've been trying to follow along and feel lost, the vignettes are not in any particular order, just possible scenes from my WIP.  You can find many more author's stories on Madison Woods' site.

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_ "What are you looking at Margot?"  Luke knelt beside her.

Carrie fastened her sweater and pulled Luke's jacket tightly around her shoulders.  "I don't suppose it's something useful, like food or something to start a fire."

Margot grinned up at Carrie.  "Eventually, but not today, it's an acorn throwing its first sprout."

"Acorns frequently sprout in the fall."

Margot frowned.  "You're missing the wonder, Carrie."

Luke clasped both Margot and Carrie's hands and then joined them together.  "There is something really beautiful about the moment when a thing first begins to grow."

Carrie, finally understanding, smiled.  "The possibilities are endless!"


1/13/2012 04:14:27 am

I dig the excerpt. Also, quite the collection of flash fiction badges you have going on there! Nicely done!

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1/13/2012 05:10:23 am

Thank you very much!

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1/13/2012 04:20:45 am

I like the interaction you've created between your characters. I could picture the whole scene. Very nice!

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ron pruitt
1/13/2012 05:46:49 am

Nice little family scene, lots of love here. Good use of dialog.
Here's mine: http://bridgesareforburning.wordpress.com/

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1/13/2012 07:13:35 am

Sounds like a metaphor for children oncoming. Nice snippet, Wakefield. :)

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1/13/2012 09:04:41 am

Perfect scene. You even managed to throw in an epiphany.

Here's mine: http://wp.me/s1Tjpv-cassie

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1/13/2012 10:05:53 pm

Dear Wakefield,

Am I the only one that read more into the possibilities than perhaps was intended? I thought it was a great story, unique and different.

Aloha,

Doug


http://ironwoodwind.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/a-womans-vows/

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1/14/2012 01:21:16 am

Missing the wonder...how appropriate! Little/big, enjoyed! Robin

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1/15/2012 01:39:58 am

"There is something really beautiful about the moment when a thing first begins to grow."
Beautiful line... I don't have the previous context of these characters with me. This little interaction between the characters is nice!

Here's my attempt: http://faitaccompli.wordpress.com/2012/01/15/when-the-going-gets-tough/

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1/16/2012 11:24:25 pm

lovely story -- drops us right into the scene almost effortlessly.

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