And another small snippet to keep things going, this time with my favorite charmer, Seth. This exercise is from December of 2015.
The words chosen were:
sink wish murder
Shelly peered at the list in her hand, then looked back up at her lover. “You’re absolutely sure this what she said we needed to do?”
Seth nodded at her, blonde hair curling under his chin in that way she loved so much. She started to reach out to touch it, her hand leaving the list, and then she stopped herself, knowing where that would lead. Focus, she ordered herself. There are important things happening.
“Really?” she asked again, eyes scanning the words on the page. She appreciated Seth’s simple block letters, the no-nonsense way he maneuvered a quill and ink. No blots, no smudges. Her man took pride in his work.
“Yes, dear,” he repeated. “Every word.” His hair was still doing that curling thing, and while she hadn’t reached out to him, he reached out to her, strong hands rubbing her neck and shoulders in the best ways.
“But this is so random!” she blurted, trying to stay focused on the task at hand, but really loving his fingers on her skin.
“Of course it is,” he assured her. “That’s what witches give you. Random prophecies that can’t be followed. I told you this quest was ridiculous from the start.”
“She really said: ‘Wish on the kitchen sink after you see the murder’?”
Seth made a soothing noise, hands moving insistently down her back to other more interesting areas.
“I wonder if maybe she means a group of crows or something,” Shelly mused. “You think?”
“Of course. You know, I am pretty sure I saw some crows in the bedroom earlier today. Shall we go look?”