Six Sentence Sunday is here! Yay! I do love the six sentences that abound every Sunday, and as always, thanks to the lovely peeps at Six Sentence Sunday for this awesome initiative.
Well, it’s Mothers’ Day here in Oz, so I’d like to wish my mum a very happy Mothers’ Day. Thanks for all you do, the way you smile and nod when I harp on incessantly about this writing caper (and things like how awesome The Avengers is…seriously, so awesome! Check it out, peeps! NOW!!!), and the fact you gave birth to me. That last one was pretty super fantastic 😀
So, HAPPY MOTHERS’ DAY, MUM!!!!
And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming. Here’s this week’s six sentences, again from Rough Diamond. Enjoy!
She shouldn’t feel disappointment. It was a useless emotion, and besides which, he was determined to be thought the fool for reasons of his own. She had no cause to be…to be hurt that he apparently wanted her to think the same as all the rest. Even if they had just shared a kiss that had knocked socks, stockings – and if it had continued a minute or so more – probably her drawers.
Squaring her shoulders, she smiled coolly. “Don’t trouble yourself, Mr Llewellyn, we’ll pretend it never happened, and all will be as before.”
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Thanks for dropping by, peeps!