The Official Writing Challenge
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Oh wow! I am teary now. I love this story. Wow!
This definitely brought tears to MY eyes! Very good job.
Beautiful, and so poignant. I could definitely feel for the MC, and was so glad she had wonderful, supportive neighbors.
This is so sad, her first Christmas after losing her husband. God Bless the neighbors who would make Christ proud! Nicely done!
Alright . . . Where's the tissue alert, people? (LOL) This is a wonderful story. Well done.
A very moving story. You've stirred my heart reading it and I am glad the story ended with Sarah accepting the past and moving on to redirect everyone to the Savior's birth.
Well written, moving story. Great job.
Very sweet but disjointed. The first paragraph mentions Jessica and Eric meant well just like the night of Barry's accident. What did they do the night of the accident? Also she woke up the next day after taking sleeping pills, when the last reference to her she was going in her house. Would have liked a smoother flow or transitioning. Overall well done.
Nice job Chrissy, sniffle, sniffle. Loved the title and the rawness of Sarah's words and actions. Good job.
This is a sad story. I can relate to Sarah's not wanting to get in on the Christmas things. Too many sad things have happened in my life at or near to Christmas, so I haven't felt like entering these challenges. But Chrissie, you did such a good job of making this story end happily...Helen