Liza mentally ticked off all the things on her list. Her eyes darted around the room, but she made the effort to keep her head still.
The date was chosen. The place was reserved. The invitations were sent. The supplies had arrived. She was pleased with her progress.
When her eyes fell on the heating vent, a shimmer of a smile crossed her lips. Day after tomorrow, the wedding guests would be dancing around this room in joyous ignorance. The arsenic in the cake would take care of those who did not collapse on the dance floor from the radon.
This twisted number hits the mark at precisely 100 words, the limit for July. This week’s feature word is progress.
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