As I walked by the sign, I recognized the words written on its fluttering hinge in the wake of what was deemed a windy day. With my hand gripping my hat and my feet bracing the strut in an effort to move through the push on my frame.

Did I really wan to go into work today? Will the world come to an end if I don’t? Will I read it in the news, “Man caught in the Wind.”

I keep pressing, as step after step I felt stronger as the thought of me getting closer. A few more steps and I would be there.

Ahhhhh. Click… Time to log in. I made it in time for my 9:30am meeting. Camera on, opppss.. I forgot to get dress. Tehre goes my wind story. Ahh well, working from home needs a little more adventure.

The End.

O. Stephen Peart. 2020 © All rights reserved

Behind the Story
5 Words to Tell a Story.  Wind. World. Work. Write. Word. We had this exercise to use those 5 words and create a story. The following is the outcome. How about you take those 5 words and write your own?

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