Penny Decisions

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Check out the latest post for ‘Weekly Writing #MiracleChallenge’ Week – 8:

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Story Title : Penny Decisions

Challenge No : 3

Challenge : Write a Short Story using below three prompt words-


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To Write With a Broken Pencil is Pointless

#MiracleChallenge : Week – 8
Challenge No : 3

She stood at the bend in the road. It was time for a choice, a decision had to be made. There was no going back – only forward. But which direction – left? Right? There was always the road less traveled that held the illusion of great adventure but potential for great risk. Or the road she was more comfortable with – that she’d taken so many times before. 

She pulled a penny from her pocket. Not the most effective way of making the decision but certainly the quickest. With a quick flip of her thumb the penny was sent spinning into the air. A sudden crash dragged her attention away from the flying penny. A polar bear came barreling out of the woods next to her. 

A polar bear? What is this? Lost? Seriously, Muse, that’s the worst thing ever…try…

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