Faith

Faith
March 13, 2012 6 Comments Writing Stephanie Ayers

With a line of bills that led out the door, Krystal turned to Fred with tears in her eyes.

“What now?” she asked.

He  wrapped his arms around her, squeezing her a little. “We’ll just have to travel in the dark a little bit, but you’ll see. I’ll get another job.”

She pulled away sniffing. “Another job? That was your third one in as many months!”

“I’m doing the best I can. I know it’s hard for you to see, but I have faith. Things will turn around soon.” He looked into her hazel eyes, lingering briefly. “They always do.”

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This week’s 100 Word Song was chosen by none other than me. I picked John Hiatt’s Have a Little Faith in Me. This is my response.

A new song is chosen every week and you have from Tuesday 7 pm to Tuesday 6:59 PM EST to write exactly 100 w0rds to it. It’s a blast. Won’t you play along too?

I always welcome and appreciate your feedback so feel free to share your thoughts in a comment. Thanks for stopping by!!

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Stephanie Ayers A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers is the Executive Creative Director of OWS Ink, LLC, a community for writers and readers alike. She loves a good thriller, fairies, things that go bump in the night, and sappy stories. When she is not writing, she can be found in Creative Cloud designing book covers and promotional graphics for authors.
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  1. 6 Comments

    Jester Queen

    Oh that was wonderful. So appropriate for this climate and economy!

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      SAM

      You could call this creative non-fiction if you want to. 😉

      Reply
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    Kir

    Oh I love that song….I should try do this this week!

    I felt her frustration and his desperation to have her understand. His “lingering” look was very nice, sexy almost.

    I liked it.

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      SAM

      We have a new song now. YOu should stop by Lance’s blog and get it.

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    Carrie

    a very realistic scene.Poignant and griping. Nice job, I could see it all play out in my mind

    I imagine many households have had similar conversations.

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    Shah Wharton

    A timely write and another great story. I have awarded you the Kreative Blog Award which you may pick up tomorrow at WordsinSync X

    Reply

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