I may only get one sample in for this week’s challenge because, frankly, things got away from me. Though, if you got to see the list, you’d see why and how, but…anywho’s! I’m excited to participate in this challenge as I think it’s a really neat one!
The smell of warm apples ripening on the trees in the heat of the highnoon, Northern Californian sun calmed Sarah to the ends of her toes. It didn’t matter what happened in the real world. As soon as she came back here to her parents’ place, everything was right with her world. She was grounded just walking through the lines and lines of apple trees. How many years had she and her brother spent running through here?
Why had she decided to leave?
For money and independence.
And what had that indepence gotten her?
A one-bedroom apartment that cost twice as much as it was worth, a cat who owned her, and an empty fridge.
She should think about returning home. The jobs might be fewer here, but…it just felt better here. She felt like a better person here.