The JSW Challenge is open to anybody who wishes to participate. Using the writing prompt, write a flash fiction no longer than 500 words and post to your page. The Challenge starts on Monday and runs through Sunday each week. Please remember to link your story back to this post so everyone can read your entry.
They stood on the sidewalk, traffic whizzing behind them, staring out at the slow-moving river. “We could tube down the river,” she said, excited about the possibility.
“Maybe we could go riding.”
“That would be fun, too.”
“How about the Children’s Museum?”
“Yeah, maybe later.”
“We could go to the Speedway, just to say we’ve been.”
“We could go swimming.”
“We could get more donuts from that donut shop.”
“How about taking a tour of the city?”
The river swung beneath them, promising forever. In the end, they went back home and watched a movie. Tomorrow, they would find something exciting to do. And tomorrow and tomorrow. And then next year.
Little did she know the lies of the river. He was dead before she ever came back.