Katie whispered into the phone, “Are you there?”
“Yep”, Charlotte answered, “Kay, where are you?”
“In a dressing room at the mall.”
“Okaaaayy. You couldn’t call from home?”
“No!” Katie said, “Too many ears. Listen Char, I swear I’m possessed. One minute I’m devastated and the next I’m experiencing the highest euphoria I’ve ever known.”
“Sounds like the flu.” Charlotte chuckled, “or a really bad case of Love.”
“I’m going to hang up if you keep making fun of me. This is serious.”
“Lance never stopped loving you, stop second guessing everything.”
“Yes, sweetie.” Charlotte sighed. “Yes.”
For Today, WRITE ON EDGE gave us a short challenge. Three fairly generic passive phrases. Our goal was to make them active in a short scene, either fiction or non-fiction. You could choose one, two, or all three to play with, but you only had 100 words.
[he/she/I] was devastated by [...]
[feeling] was experienced by [...]
[person/thing] was possessed by [...]
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