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by Marita Vandertogt
03/21/08
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INTERVIEW BLUES

Megan stared at the stain, horrified.

“Darn,” she said, brushing at the spilled coffee on her white blouse.

“The interview is in thirty minutes. I look like an ad for detergent gone wrong.”

“Well,” Jocelyn leaned against the bathroom wall. “You didn’t want the job anyway, did you?”

“Not really,” Megan stopped rubbing.
“But this interview was the only way I could think to meet that hunk Bob Wrigley. Now I have to start over.”

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THE ACCIDENT

Megan stared at the stain, horrified. The blood spot lay in the center of her hand, oozing from a cut in her palm. She watched it grow redder, deeper, thicker, as it moved its way down her arm. Surely someone would come soon. She tried to move her leg, but the twisted metal held her down. She’d wait, and continue to stare. In some strange way, it gave her comfort.


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Janice Cartwright 25 Mar 2008
Whew! I think I'll just go delete my entry, Marita. You blew me out of the water with your imagery.
Holly Westefeld 24 Mar 2008
great job with diverse writing styles.
Betty Castleberry 23 Mar 2008
I giggled at the first one. The second one is powerful. Well done.
Glynis Becker  23 Mar 2008
Oooh, these are both great! I think I've been there for the first one (sort of :) ) and luckily haven't for the second !
K. J. Cash 22 Mar 2008
Oh, foiled again in the first one. The second one gave me eeiry shivers. Great job!
Kristen Hester 22 Mar 2008
Owwww. These are very good...and very different. I really enjoyed them. Very good writing.
Hanne Moon  22 Mar 2008
Good job, Marita. The first one made me laugh - what woman hasn't connived to meet a good-looking hunk? LOL The second one was great. Succinct yet chilling. Kudos on these...
Jan Ackerson  21 Mar 2008
Oh, wow, Marita--the imagery and symbolism in that second entry are very powerful!
Tim Pickl 21 Mar 2008
Excellent, descriptive writing!
Marita Thelander  21 Mar 2008
Both of these are good, but th esecond one is the one that struck me. Well put.
Henry Clemmons 21 Mar 2008
Very good, exceptionally good on the second one. Impressive even!!!
Mo 21 Mar 2008
The first made me laugh. Great job!
Lyn Churchyard 21 Mar 2008
1st: Sorry Megan, Bob Wrigley left the company yesterday :-) 2nd: Wonderful, you've a wound in the palm of a hand something else. Well done.




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