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100 Word Challenge: In the mud


Mother looked up from the stove at the child covered in mud.

“Where have you been?” she demanded.

“Digging in the creek bottom,” the girl perked. “We found a man.”

“What do you mean you found a man? Stay put, you’re filthy!”

“In the bottoms. Tommy and I were digging, and we found him.”

“A man? Don’t talk nonsense.”

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“You mean a dead body? Oh, Lordy.” She dropped her towel and rushed to the phone.

“He’s not dead anymore. He said to fetch you. You better come if you want Tommy back.”

Part of the fascinating “100 Word Challenge” project by Darleen Click over at Protein Wisdom.  Jimmie has a wonderful, beautiful tale that’s a smidgen longer than specifications, and a round-up of  several others. Join in! (If you don’t have a blog, leave your story in the comments.)

My previous stories here:  The Rite, Payback, Waiting, Lost and Found


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