It’s a Wednesday of one of the busiest months that I’ve had in a long time. It’s been a great month so far, but the thing I’ve enjoyed best about November is writing part of Sully’s story. Sully is a woman with a small wooden box who seems to have made a big mistake. A few other writers and I are taking turns telling the story of her mistake each Wednesday this month. The story circle is hosted by Cameron D. Garriepy. Start your read with Part One by Shannon, then continue the story with Part Two on my friend Michael Carnell’s blog before you come back here to begin Part Three.
She topped a rise and saw something coming into view on the side of the road. It was one of those blue signs that always promised food, gas, or lodging, or so she thought at first. The reflective lettering glowed in the headlights and ordered the passerby to “Turn Here For Help.” Sully blinked once in confusion and squinted at the sign. As she drew level to it, she realized that it actually read “Tourist Information 740 AM.” She decided that it must be the lack of sleep finally beginning to show itself.