Friday Fictioneers – Voices

Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting Friday Fictioneers and to Raina Ng for the picture prompt.

Here’s my 100 word story –


Sarah wiped her finger across the benchtop and was pleased to see not a speck of dust.

Anxiously, she opened the top drawer and was horrified to find that knives were in the fork compartment. She quickly rectified the situation, then took one last look around.  Everything was spotless, just as it should be.

Sarah locked the front door, then jumped across the gravel to her car.  Once inside she tried to relax, but as she turned the key, her heart raced and the voices in the back of her mind began to query…

Did you turn the oven off?”

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9 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Voices

  1. I’ve done that a lot of this type thing with the garage door…returned home to make sure I had put the door down. You just get so caught up in moving to your next task that you do things automatically without thinking and then find a moment to pause and wonder if you took care of it. Nice post.

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