The Official Writing Challenge
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I love the pathway to redemption and peace in this beautiful, bittersweet story.
This is such a tender story. The way you wove his letters into this piece made my heart ache for Jennifer. A good reminder that just a nudge sometimes from someone else can get those who have strayed back on track. Thumbs up to you.
So tender and sweet. Wonderfully done.
Beautifully done with no need for long words or perfectly executed sentences as the story reached further than the eyes.
I love how the lights pointed the mom and daughter to the real meaning of Christmas. Good job:)
What a touching story! The characterization was great and the message of Christmas truly shined in this message. I was a little confused when the stopped and saw the stars and rows and rows of lights. That might have just been my problem however. Well-written and moving story. Great Job!
I love the way her husband wrote about wanting to go to church.......and then the lights lead to the church. Wonderful!
Beautifully done!
So good! The weather, windshield wipers, lights, and Cindy was wonderful. Thanks Vonnie!
This story has so many layers, and you kept them all very clear and meaningful.
I LOVE the "smudged red and green traffic lights" and the "headlights that looked like a string of popcorn and cranberries" -- such creative thinking… I could see these!