With a final glance before she walked out of the bank she saw the man plug the thumb drive into the computer. With a smile she picked up her mobile, called and said - Ulysses has left the building. #wedc#wednesdaychallenge
– It’s the law, he said and fell silent. We stared on each other for a long while, and I struggled to look confident. But my mind was in overdrive. Constantly thinking out ways to react and rejecting them at the same speed.
–What do you see? Said the old Sami hunter. –Snow? No! Is it good for hunting, easy to ski on? Can the reindeer find food under it? Is it gentle or dangerous? Deep or shallow? –I don't know. –Now look closely and be the snow! #wedc#wednesdaychallenge
Grey. Just grey. Sky, street, branches, all uniformly dull, matching his mood. Jack sighed and pulled his eyes from the window and back to the textbook. The chalk squeaked, the teacher droned. In his periphery, a single flash of white. Snow! #wedc
–Yes! Wood and matches! Gary fumbled with cold and numb hands, but managed to get a fire going in the wood stove. Pat and Gary huddled shivering around the stove, but relaxed as they got warmer. –Now if only the snow could stop... #wedc#wednesdaychallenge