There was something in the air. She felt it.
It was like static electricity from towels when they stay in the dryer too long. All the hairs on her arms stood up before the shiver ran down her spine.
The squeak of the front door only meant one thing. She was not alone.
The word of the week is squeak, and the upper limit for this month’s Flash in the Pan is 75 words. This comes in under the buzzer at 53 words. (Yes, I had in my head this month would be 50 words. Yes, I made this one longer than it started out originally.)
If you are playing along for Flash in the Pan, or would like to join for the first time, visit the Flash in the Pan page to see the whys and wherefores on how to get started. This edition has a theme, so be sure to get all the details.
Which static drives you the most bananas? Are you a shocker or shockee? Did she leave the front door unlocked, or does the person have a key?
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