End of the World: Sheep Edition (Friday Fictioneers)

Copyright by Sandra Crook
Copyright by Sandra Crook

Greetings, everyone! It’s been a long time (at least, for me) since the last time I wrote for this challenge. Really sorry about that as these past few weeks, a really bad family incident happened so I wasn’t able to jump in. Luckily, I can this time (although it’s still a little late). Hope you’ll enjoy my story!


TITLE: End of the World: Sheep Edition
WORD COUNT: 101

“Oh my god! Honey, it’s the end of the world! We must stop the car, Fred!” Marianne screamed. “Watch out!”

The lambs rushed to their car, halting it. A lamb smashed the window on Marianne’s right side and began to sniff her side. Marianne was laughing so hard while panicking.

“Marianne?” She opened her eyes, flailing, but she could feel a smile on her face. “Honey, relax. Why were you laughing, at the same time, crying while on sleep? What did you dream?” Fred asked with a smile on his voice.

Marianne huffed and crossed her arms. Damn those lamb dreams.


 

11 thoughts on “End of the World: Sheep Edition (Friday Fictioneers)

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  1. These lamb dreams sound a little complicated if they make you laugh and cry. Nice job, Matthew! I’m glad you could write a story this week. I hope all is well with your family.

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  2. I’ve woken up laughing or crying before…but never both! How comical.

    Glad you’ve been able to come back this week. I’ve been absent for a while too. Best wishes to you and your family.

    -Tiffany

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