Ever had an ‘aha’ moment courtesy of a perfect stranger? #sixsunday

On December 4, 2011 by Aimee

Six Sentence Sunday

In honor of the release of Misguided, my short in the Into the Unknown Anthology on December 1, 2011 (which is from the point of view of Wyatt Moreland, main character in Little White Lies), I’m giving you one final peek into this story!

Like all good missions, they often have sub-missions that sometimes, not even the main mission-seeker realizes is the bigger, more important one.

Carol, the woman they’d been waiting for, walked over holding up a small mirror for Charley.

“Sometimes, Mr. Moreland,” Jasmine began, “what is suggested on the surface and what we see in reality do not mesh. And other times, they do.” She pulled at the band on her own finger, separating it from another ring. “What seems to be missing, is in reality, found.” She angled her head toward Charley.

Ever had an ‘aha’ moment courtesy of a perfect stranger? What do you say when that happens? Share in the comments!

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