Sunday, October 2, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

Welcome, or welcome back if you're a return visitor.  It's Six Sentence Sunday again and time for another dose of Joy's Revelation.  It's a little scary how close together the days of the week have become.  I feel like I just posted SSS yesterday.  Anyhow...Joy is still reeling from finding a birth certificate that displays the name of someone else and wondering if it has anything to do with the scar on her abdomen.





On with my six sentences:

Joy wavered between crying and pacing the length of her bedroom.  Prickled by nervousness, she questioned her decision.  Surely Scott would be repulsed by the revelation of the secret.  Should she offer back the ring before he demanded it?  Images of the beautiful gown she’d picked out floated through her mind and disintegrated into tattered rags.  The imagined sunshine on her upcoming wedding day disappeared behind massive thunderclouds. 


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5 comments:

Tara said...

Oooo -- I want to know what happened. Nice six, Ginger.

Christine Warner said...

I loved your Six last time and this one is even better.

Great line here:
Images of the beautiful gown she’d picked out floated through her mind and disintegrated into tattered rags.

I'll be back for more :)

Randi Alexander said...

Great six, Ginger. What does it mean for her future?

J.A. Beard said...

Great emotion and great imagery.

Sherry Gloag said...

Oh my, whatever was the secret that has her convinced her fiance will run for the hills? Great six.

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