No Free Ride


Happy retirement to our busy leader Rochelle  – more time for writing now… Thanks for the photo this week go to Ted Strutz

Copyright Ted Strutz

Copyright Ted Strutz

Genre: Historical Fiction

Word Count: 100

No Free Ride

In the small, shabby dressing room, Louise tries to pull up the straps of the outfit her mother has made for her debut.

‘Louise, quit messing with your dress.  Hold your head up, smile sweetie.’

‘It’s hard to smile mama, please don’t make me do this.’

‘Baby don’t be so selfish, your sister and I have supported you, now it’s your turn.  There’s no such thing as a free ride in this world sweetie. God’s given you a beautiful face and a great body; get out there and show ‘em what you’ve got.’

Terrified, Louise steps into the spotlight …

 

http://www.lifetimetv.co.uk/biography/biography-gypsy-rose-lee

 

 

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29 thoughts on “No Free Ride

  1. Pushed into fear based experiences are not easy to overcome as life goes on. Finding comfort zones is a life long mission, and finding a basis to support others, our own children and loved ones most importantly, is a grand challenge of sorts, too.

    Randy

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