Wasn’t sure I was going to make it. Got snookered into another challenge prompt and then was otherwise occupied yesterday. But today – why not today? It’s freezing rain out there, the schools are closed and I don’t even want to think of going out if I don’t have to. I’m sure something can be scrounged together to make a meal for tonight. So as an alternative to getting numb bum syndrome on the sofa, watching 5 episodes of The Walking Dead (one down, four to go), I have taken a break to visit The Pegman! Thanks always to Karen and Josh for hosting and accepting my late entry 😉
This week Pegman takes us to the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, to the ancient city of Mdina. You’ll find both streetview and photospheres to choose from you. Wander around and find your own photo, or you can use the one supplied in the prompt.
Your mission is simple: write a 150-word poem, story, or essay inspired by the location. Once your piece is polished, share it with others at the Linkup below.
Reading and commenting on others’ stories is part of the fun!
A Break From It All
What she wouldn’t give to find herself far, far away. Away from the demands. Away from the responsibilities. Away from the house and kids and pets and anyone else pulling at her.
She didn’t want solitude; she liked having people around her. Some folks dreamed of pulling a “Thoreau” and breaking from society completely. Alone with their thoughts. It was her thoughts that were driving her nuts in the first place! She sure as shit did not want to be alone with them!
Yes, a place full of a different culture, good food, good wine, friendly strangers. Being close to the sea would be nice, too. Why not? It was her dream.
She wasn’t fooling herself into believing that running away would solve all her woes or ease all her stresses but it sure would be nice to take a break from it all. Just for a month or six.