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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Red (10/01/09)

TITLE: Blood Stained
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10/06/09


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"Mom look out the window it snowed last night! Can I go out in the woods with Jessie. Please?"
"You may as soon as you start the laundry and eat breakfast."
Fifteen minutes later Tasha was out the door and going to Jessie’s house.
"Jessie! Are you ready to go to the hide away tent. I found a new way to go there but we have to wear our orange coat."
As the two nine year old friends were heading down the old hunters trail Tasha found, they stopped in their tracks. Not five feet in front of them was blood stained snow. They looked around and did not see a single form of life. Since most animals headed north or hibernated for the winter it was very unusual. In fact there was not even a trail of blood or footsteps. The more they studied it the more it was inhuman.
“I think God put red blood stained snow in the form of a cross in front of us on purpose. The sizes are perfectly even . You better repent Tasha, because six months ago when I turned to God you thought it was silly. Look right in front of you Tasha, a cross! That is what Jesus died on.”
At the very second he finished talking the snow faded into normal snow, and Tasha fell to her knees.


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Jan Ackerson 10/10/09
What an unusual account!

Some suggestions: Use the full 750 words, and develop plot and characters more fully...proofread, especially for punctuation...put spaces between paragraphs.

These are all minor issues, and as you write more on this site, you'll get better and better. Keep writing for the Lord!