April 26, 2013 by petrujviljoen
Thank goodness I’m able to participate this week. Last week the internet signal where I am was non-existent. Couldn’t load even email!
Friday Fictioneers is a group of writers all over the world that writes a 100-word (or there-about) story, based on a photo prompt. This is hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. The photo this week is courtesy and copyright Claire Fuller. Join us, if you like. It’s fun! More stories can be found on Rochelle’s blog, by clicking on the little frog man at the bottom of her story. (Uhm, I don’t know how to load the link onto my site).
The long gathering of information, categorically arranged and shelved wall to wall, floor to ceiling, for easy access. In a space and place of her own. Mind-space and room to be herself. The rest of the unpacking could wait.
Facing her new reality: she rather liked it. Alone now, yes. But, with the authors on the shelves truth shall be explored and measured with experience. Where her own lacked it would be communicated by another’s.
As she ascends the ladder to reach the higher shelves, so shall higher reaches of meaning be found. Much awaits. The Way opened before her.