Emily: The Questionnaire (Fiction)

Emily sighed as she filled out the questionnaire. Nothing was going right lately. She had been so happy the night of the celebration, but then they had to run and return to the road. Now it seemed that she and Chris should have been more careful, with the result being a baby. There was no way she could raise a child on the road, thieving as she went, so here she was, filling out forms for government assistance while Chris was out looking for a job. This was not how it was supposed to have turned out.

To be continued . . .

{These vignettes were inspired by prompts at Daily Writing Practice. Go ahead and visit and see what other amazing writing is going on.}

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