Julia says . . .
‘I don’t know about you but things seem very odd in the meteorological system! The weather is not behaving as it should anywhere in the world. Cue for the prompt:
…the unseasonal weather meant …’
The unseasonal weather meant that I could really have done with my boots, but I’d left them behind in my panic. Over and over my feet slid and at one point I nearly fell headlong into the canal. Toby wasn’t strong enough to help very much but at least he could shine the torch on the towpath for me. Every few feet there was a crunch as I stepped on a pocket of ice glazing the mud.
Finally we passed the lock.
‘You’ll never treat anyone like that again will you dad? Goodbye, you bastard.’ With one big shove his body sank into the deepest water.
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16 thoughts on “100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups Week# 81”
Wow, that gets heavy at the end. I like the punch that the ending offers. I can’t say I was expecting that.
Goodness Gilly! I need more!
Oh my, whatever did he do to deserve that? Yes, more Gilly 🙂
That ending startled me! Wouldn’t like to cross you!
Oh no! What on earth did he do that for?
Holy Moley. What a shock, but a fantastic punch. I sit here, mouth gaping. WOW, Gilly. Outstanding.
I was at the water side with you. Shocking!
My goodness! Get right to it, why don’t ya? Good twist!
Oh my! Love the suspense!
Thrilling and powerful!
Holy Moly … poor thing. Did he get out? I need to know more. MMMMmmmm … cliff hanger.
hahaha … I just noticed someone else commented with holy moly. hahaha
never expected THAT
Didn’t see that coming!
That’s an interesting ending – wasn’t expecting that! Hello btw 🙂