Friday Fictioneers – 6/21/12

Posted: June 22, 2012 in short stories, Uncategorized, writing

What’s up with these rocks!” she muttered, biting into her sandwich.

It started last Thursday when she headed to the river for lunch. A single rock on the pristine bank, then a second on Friday and so on, until there were six.

When the Dragonfly spoke, she jumped.

“Measure them,” it ordered.

Fearing insanity had finally caught her, she pulled a tape from her purse and jotted the measurements on a folder.

“Use them wisely,” it said.

She bought coffee and a lottery ticket after work, sporting those numbers. That evening, she was a millionaire.

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  1. Writer Jobs says:

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