You may not know it, and it may be something you don't want to think about, but National Grief Awareness Week starts today (2nd to the 8th December)
My ten minutes writing challenge today started with a draft of a story that is getting ready to be a part of my next book – Laughing at Myself. Do let me know what you think in the comments section.
Driving slowly down very busy high road, there was no-one on the zebra crossing so I started across, when an old woman stepped out, and I had to skidded to emergency stop on the crossing. Her look of horror matched my own feelings exactly. Possibly for his own entertainment the examiner decided to push on.
I was poodling around the streets nicely, when I noticed a large pile of building sand on my left, ‘I must avoid the sand’ I repeated to myself, as I drove over the mound.
Then it was time for the hill start, when I started to roll backwards down the hill, ‘more gas’ advised the examiner, but I used abit too much gas, and zoomed over the junction at the top of the hill, mounted the pavement and nearly hit a lamp post. Over correcting I came off the pavement, over the road, and up the pavement on the other side, narrowly missing another lamp post.
It was at this point the examiner knew he was beaten, and suggested we head back to the test centre.
TTFN Eden 🙂