A Nightmare to Remember by Abbie Johnson Taylor #SixSentenceStoryThursdayLinkUp #Inspiration #WritingPrompts

A Nightmare to Remember by Abbie Johnson Taylor #SixSentenceStoryThursdayLinkUp #Inspiration #WritingPrompts

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When I pressed the button for the third floor, the elevator rose slowly, then stopped with a jerk. I tried pressing the third floor button again, but nothing happened. On the verge of panic, I pressed the alarm button, but there was no sound.

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A Nightmare to Remember #SixSentenceStoryThursdayLinkUp #Inspiration #WritingPrompts

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  1. I hope my nightmare doesn’t keep you awake. Happy Thanksgiving!

    1. Hi Abbie, this post brought a memory back to me.
      Once, I was in an elevator with Campbell and a friend.
      We were headed up to the second floor of my favorite grocery store.
      Suddenly the elevator car began moving slowly up and down. You know? like a yoyo.
      We thought we might be moving up so we waited to see what would happen.
      Campbell seemed to be unbothered by the incident but it became quickly apparent this was not the case for when the door opened and we found ourselves back where we’d begun, Campbell darted for the door and he didn’t stop until we reached the front door of the store.
      LOL.

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