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Follow Your Path – Friday Fictioneers

Good Wednesday evening (for those of you in my general neck of the woods)!  You know when you get an idea?  Well, take my advice.  Find a way to note it.  Record it on your phone.  Type it in a memo.  DO something.  Because if you don’t?  You end up like me and completely lose it.  Gone.  No matter how I tried to get it back.  Nada.  Zip.  Nyet.  Sigh.  Ah well; c’est la vie!

Thank you always to Rochelle for hosting our weekly brain squeeze.  And thanks to Sarah Potter for posting Victor’s picture on Facebook for Rochelle to steal.  Well.  Steal with the proper copyright, of course 😉

Should you wish to play along, click on Rochelle’s name above for the rules and regs.  Should you simply want to read other stories inspired by Sarah and Victor’s wonderful photo, just click on the blue frog!

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Genre:  Fiction

Word Count:  Please

Follow Your Path

Every so often, she felt she was stuck in the same general spot, going round and round in circles, trapped in her own sticky existence, not advancing.

The truth was, she was well on her way.  The problem was, in-coming and out-going trails suddenly popped up, demanding to be followed.  Detours which gave her the impression of losing sight of her path.

“Recreate life’s strings to weave your own path.”
Diana Matoso

Okay.  Maybe her path wasn’t particularly neat and organised; but it definitely was hers!  There was no fixed how.

Life was messy.

And interesting.

And challenging.

And fabulous!

 

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