WWE, 5/9/12, WalMart

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This weeks Wednesday challenge: WalMart


I’m in my car driving home and finally, I have my nerves under control  Thinking back, I remember running out of WalMart screaming, “Turn off that awful music.  Turn off that awful music.”  That was the worst anxiety attack I had ever had.

Then I remembered running into a man.  He grabbed at my purse and I clobbered him with it.  (Never mess with a country girl.  There’s a big chance that she’s packing a gun in her purse).  I remember he fell and I took off running the last 1/2 mile to my car.

I’m okay now and quite pleased.  There was what sounded like an elderly lady on the radio reaching out.  “Who ever you are out there, you’re an angel.  The man you knocked down at WalMart was trying to mug us.  He’s in jail now.  Just wanted to thank you.”


Ideas: I’ll be anxiously waiting to read your ideas.

Suggestions: Sure, please send me challenges you’d like to see.

The Rules:

Make sure you put this (WWE, 4/25/12, WalMart in your title.

Be sure to tag it with WWE, WalMart, Gather Writing Essentials.

Post to Gather Writing Essential.

I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.

There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If you’re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.

Most important:

Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what you’re supposed to do and won’t think you’re crazy.


Write in any form you desire about:  WalMart


And check out these fantastic responses to last week’s challenge! YESSSSS!  Len Maxwell told us his story!

My First Steak, by Len Maxwell

MyMis-steak, by Karen Vaughan

Len Maxwell, by Karen Vaughan

Tiny’s Bar, by Patricia J.

Meat Therapy, by G.M. Jackson

Steaks, by Amanda S.

A Series of Firsts, by Liz H.

Len Maxwell’s Saucy Steak Tip, by William Dotani

Steak and vegetables, by Sheila Deeth

Steak! , by Pamela Marks

The New York Strip, by Craig M.


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pambrittainhomepage.blogspot.comCollege of the streets. Own my own business.Love to read and am a far better editor than I am a writer.Founding President of a professional organization that successfully lobbies State legislature.F

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