Toilet

Filed in Gather Writing Essential by on August 25, 2010 0 Comments

In the middle of the night, the house is dark.  I wrestle from underneath the cats and stumble into the bathroom.  Puff – I’m on the floor.  I look around to see no one’s been disturbed.  A cat comes over and nozzles my leg, but all else remains hush-hush.  No one sees me lying on the bathroom floor next to the toilet.  I look for some sort of vine to pull myself up.  Then walk back to bed, pulling up my underwear.

 

  • Make this one cover a very brief moment in time, as short a time as you possibly can
  • Use the words: vine, hush-hush, and puff
  • Pay attention to the title, but only use ONE word
  • tag with gwwe
  • publish by August 31st for inclusion in next week’s column

About the Author ()

Hosking is a wife, mother and writer. She sold her first story in 2003. "Carousel" was published in Forget Me Knots... from the Front Porch (Obadiah Press). It was reprinted in IDEALS Mother's Day (Guidepost 2008).Hosking worked as a staff writer

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