FF – Friday Fictioneers – Keeping Watch – Rated PG13 – 12/6/2013

It’s once again time for Friday Fictioneers, hosted by RochelleW.  A full story in 100 words (more or less) is to be based on the picture prompt below.  After reading my entry, click > HERE < for the rest.  Enjoy!

Copyright -Randy Mazie

Keeping Watch

(Previous episode)

By Scott L Vannatter

100 Words

Carolyn had moved from the restaurant. It had gotten bad; she had barely escaped. Now located in an abandoned hospital, she sits beside a window overlooking the parking lot.    Another night, another perch; she waits.

The Eaters, brain dead sons-of-bitches, would be ruling the streets in another hour.  She was not certain why they were not out as much in daylight, but it made her travels a bit easier.

She hunkers down, watching more intently as the twilight darkens.  At the far end of the lot, she sees movement.  Her brain jerks.  Her thoughts catch.  “Is that a man sneaking?”

______________________

Namaste,

Scott

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