The Official Writing Challenge
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I can well relate to embarrassing moments from childhood. And God does use us just as we are! He created us that way, after all. Nice job. Loved the title; it drew me to read your entry. Blessings, Cheri
Another enjoyable story... Great job!
I laughed out loud when the tomboy version of your main character flipped her slip up onto her shoulder with a flick of her ankle! Oh, how I wish I could have been in that service! Needless to say, I love your story! Thanks for the smile. :)
I really enjoyed the prettiness of this story, the way it captured the girls initial joy and later growing embarrassment all very lacy indeed! If anything, I thought that the final paragraph was unnecessary. The story stands as it is and doesnt really need to be forced into an application.
I love the image of her flipping the slip onto her shoulder! What courage she had to sit down and not just keep going out the door!! :-) Hugs!
Wonderful story. I walked the aisle with Lacey great feeling to this piece.
Great title and the story lives up to it! Your characters came alive on the page!