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Wendy walked along the creek’s bank.

She wasn’t sure where she was going,

but she was happy to be away from

everything.  No phone or computer or

boss.  This was perfect.  Maybe

she would just keep walking; never go back.

Then again, the beauty of the walk

would be enough to go back to reality.


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10 thoughts on “Escape

  1. What a great pic and story line. Those moments give us strength don’t they???

    Thanks my friend

    have a great weekend

  2. I’d follow the stream and never go back.
    Loved your 55 Teresa.
    You have such a bucolic site.
    Thank You for playing, and thank you for your support of other writers.
    Have a Kick Ass Week-End…

  3. Beautiful! This fits in with my line of thinking on my other blog (not the one I have my 55 one that you already visited, lol). I just love walks along a creek or river. It’s so calming! Thanks for visiting my 55 (the tire one) Have a wonderful weekend!

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