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100 word fiction: Apple picking in a pandemic

Apple picking in a pandemic

“Thankfully, we could make it in time for apple picking.”

“Yeah, all the apples look so fresh. This was a lovely experience especially considering the pandemic has pretty much locked down our lives.”

“Though I hope there were less people around.”

Apple picking in a pandemic

Once they were back home, they sanitized everything and made sure to take bath. In times of the pandemic, they always did this whenever they went out.

In the night, they woke up with a sweat having dreamt of someone sitting lifeless on a chair. Had they done the right thing going out in the middle of a pandemic?

Apple picking in a pandemic

Linking to Crimson’s Creative Challenge, Thursday Inspiration #81 – Bath, 100 Word Wednesday: 173

55 word fiction: Deep Cleaning

Deep Cleaning

As the world went into lockdown, he finally decided to deep clean his house. He didn’t want visiting his house to be an obnoxious experience. While he always bristled with energy at the thought of any activity, it was always a mystery as to why he was so lazy when it came to household chores.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Bristle, Fandango One Word Challenge: Obnoxious, Tale Weaver #292: Clean Up and Thursday Inspiration 73: Mystery

55 word fiction: Excursion

55 word fiction: Excursion

As the Cessna began to glide over the idyllic coastal town, she couldn’t believe her eyes. This excursion was the best surprise she could have ever asked for. Everything looked so small from up above. While they took off when the sun was setting, the moon was already up by the time they came back.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Glide, Fandango One Word Challenge: Idyllic, Your Daily Word Prompt: Excursion and Thursday Inspiration 63: Moon



Being a baby, he

felt that the time was never

enough to enjoy.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Enough, Fandango One Word Challenge: Baby, Thursday Inspiration 62: Time

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