The Wishing Map 38

Have you ever experienced a pampered but temporary retreat from regular life and longed to remain there forever? Would you be a different person now if you had?

Mitch Teemley

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Note:To read The Wishing Mapfrom the beginning, click here.

The Wishing Map

Chapter Ten: Lost… (Continued)

Previously: Zack had finally returned to his human state. Meanwhile, his sister Gina was being celebrated as the new Dragonmeer of Rennou…

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“You have to find your brother, you empty headed girl. Why are you still here?” B’frona asked when no one else was near. “And why are you twitching in that ridiculous manner?”

“I haven’t forgotten, and I dance like this when I’m thinking. I have a plan.” Gina had just finished her tour of Rennou. She was being tailed by a retinue of volunteers who’d fought over the right to carry the one hundred plus gifts she’d been given (she’d settled it by sagely suggesting each one carry only two items, thus allowing as many people as possible the honor of serving her).

She was utterly infatuated with…

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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2 Responses to The Wishing Map 38

  1. BelleUnruh says:

    Yes, I’ve experienced that on cruise ships. I’ve been fortunate enough to go on three cruises. It is a completely pampered experience that I loved and would have liked to live like that until I died. Lol However, I know it would be a useless type of life. In order to grow as a person you need the trials of everyday life. I have read that we don’t grow from good experiences, but we do grow from bad ones. We can become more compassionate towards people who are going through hard times too. We learn how to trust God in the bad times.

    If I had always lived that kind of life, I would become selfish I’m sure.

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