The Official Writing Challenge
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I especially love this line: “You are always His child. The other things are seasons. They will come and go, and sometimes, return again. They are not who you are.” Good writing.
I really enjoyed the conversation with the old woman, but felt faintly cheated when she vanished in the morning. SOme beautiful writing here.
Very nice descriptions. I was a little confused about the dream woman and whether the main character really got the answer she wanted.
Very nice prose: "Gently knotted fingers enfolded my own." I think the message is a powerful one: "You will journey through it and beyond it." I absolutely loved the ending! Great work.
Just beautiful, Ann. What an intriguing tale. I loved the dream-like action here.
I iiked the old woman and the disappearing cottage! If only all our questions were answered like that - someone telling us how things are - even if they do disappear in the morning.