Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Wonhundred Word Wednesdays

Prompt: Reluctantly he handed over the key.

Dane quietly opened his bedroom door, looking up and down the hallway. He crept down the stairs, avoiding the one that creaked.

The party was going to be epic. Lucy would be there. He knew she was into him.

Dane tip-toed through the living room. He lifted the car key off its hook on the wall. Ten minutes and he’d be at Max’s, and they’d be on their way to the party.

The kitchen lights flicked on. Dane flinched.

“Going somewhere?” Dad asked. His arms were folded, his face unhappy.

Dane’s shoulders fell. Silently he handed over the key.


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Jenna Eatough said...

Very relatable (if not that situation). Who hasn't been stopped from doing what they want while growing up?

Laura D. Bastian said...

Busted! loved it. Kind of a surprise I wasn't expecting and it was great.

AM Woods: said...

Awesome! Love that his dad was one step ahead of him.

Angela Schroeder said...

I can relate to this :)

Canda said...

Haahaa! Great post!

Miranda D Nelson said...

Haha! I loved this! Great idea and great story!

Jessica Winn said...

Haha. Parents always know. I feel bad that he couldn't see the girl though. Nice job!