The Log Cabin (flash fiction)

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The Log Cabin

It was after her uncle had died Jolene found he had bequeathed her his old log cabin. It was nothing special, just a secluded log cabin way out in the wilderness. Upon hearing this, she packed everything up into her pickup truck and headed straight for it. Given the state of the world, isolation didn’t seem to be a bad thing. Besides, for a girl who wore nothing but jeans and flannel shirts, it did seem a perfect location. Maybe she would become a lumberdyke…

Joanne Fisher

This was written with the prompt bequeath provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #182.

Things are good here at the moment, aside from having problems with anemia (I’m on iron tablets now)…

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ยฉ2020 Joanne Fisher

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