Six Sentence Sunday #10

Double digits, yeah!! I’m having a lot of fun being a part of six Sunday and I’m learning a lot too, which is most excellent. No hesitation, I’m jumping in again.

Last week we left Lydia in The Room trying to pull her thoughts together and prepare for the project she and Jake have to tackle. Jake has just entered and Lydia is still at the window looking out over the ravine.

A strong wind tore through the ravine and forced the trapped air to rush from her lungs. The wind was out of her control and it created an excitement in the outside scene. Lydia was rocked by the unexpected change the sight ignited in her fantasy. The intensity was changing and she was having a hard time calming her breathing.

 A warm hand pressed into her back shaking her from her heated dream.

 “Lydia, are you ok?” Jake questioned.

So there you have it, they’ve both made it to the room. Not sure if either of them are ready to get any work done. Thank you so much for stopping by today!! I’d like to know what you really think of my 6. I need the advice, I’m a newbie and have much to learn. Don’t forget to check out the other Six Sunday authors. Lots of good stuff at Six Sunday. Try to find a new favorite today. happy hunting!

22 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday #10

    • Thanks Ryan!! Thanks for sharing what you expected, it is helpful!!
      I think poor Lydia may be a little too lost in her head at the moment, but things change, they always do

    • You are so right Jessica, she is going to be better in just another minute, I think, actually, hmmm…
      jk, please come back and let me know what you think of my next 6!!

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