I was nominated for this writing challenge by Kristian, the lovely author of Life Lessons Around The Dinner Table. Thanks, Kristian, for nominating me!
Here’s the link to Kristian’s post, where I was nominated:
The challenge, Imagination Plantation, was originally created by Nova, the amazing author of Nova’s Namaste 365 Online.
4 Simple Rules:
Write me a short paragraph about what’s happening in this image.
Create a pingback to this image.
Tag three bloggers.
Reuse this same image 🙂 Let’s see how many stories can come from the same one.
Kristin shivered as the plane landed. As she turned off her iPod and listened to the final announcements of the flight attendants, she felt her right hand being gently squeezed. It was comforting.
“K? Are you okay?”
She smiled, squeezing his hand back.
“Yeah. I think so. My stomach always drops when planes land.”
Brennan smiled, hardly believing they had just landed in Germany. Their first time overseas.
As Brennan stroked her hand, Kristin’s thoughts drifted toward the cities and towns they would be exploring for the next 10 days. She was always nervous during plane trips, but for some reason, she was incredibly nervous about this trip. It was odd – She hadn’t felt this nervous around Brennan since the very beginning of their Camp experience. That was years ago.
She started to relax as their Uber left the Munich airport and headed toward the German countryside. The weather was absolutely beautiful, very unseasonable for the middle of August.
Brennan noticed Kristin had drifted off, her head laying on his shoulder. He smiled as his lips grazed her forehead. He caught a glimpse of a sleepy smile.
He took in the sights. It was about a 30-mile drive from the airport. There were so many trees – Far more than he’d ever seen in Texas. The amount of foliage and nature was rivaling Camp in Maine, and that was hard to top. He was in awe the entire drive. There were rivers, bridges, cathedrals, and stunning architecture. It was almost overwhelming. He was a little sad Kristin was missing this, but he thought it better she sleep. They had the next 10 days to take in everything. Germany was just the beginning.
The Uber driver easily navigated the steep, gravel-lined hill toward their first stop. Brennan’s smile grew wider. He remembered how excited, positively giddy Kristin was when she’d found it on Airbnb. It looked like a castle in the photos. And, in real life, unfolding before Brennan’s eyes, it was true.
“Hey, Kristin … Sweetheart?”
She groaned slightly, yawned, and opened her eyes.
“Yes, Brennan? What is it?”
He kissed her forehead, and then brushed her lips.
“Welcome to your castle, darling. Let’s start our European vacation.”
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂
Thank you so much! It’s so fun to use them. It makes writing a breeze.
Yes, I really like using characters in prompts that won’t be used in my book. It helps me get to know them better, & sometimes sparks new ideas!! So much fun!! ❤❤❤
Fun story Laura. Now I want to hear and see more of their vacation in a castle!
Thank you! Also, I go by Laura Beth 🙂
I appreciate your understanding 🙂
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