The Wishing Map 54

Have you ever faced an immensely important task–perhaps even life or death–and had no idea how to accomplish it?

Mitch Teemley

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The Wishing Map

Chapter Thirteen: Domestic Blitz (Continued)

Previously: Less than an hour had passed the entire time Zack and Gina had been in Ismara. One task remained: to return the mysterious Objects to their own world. But how?

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Zack awoke fifteen hours later. He might have slept even longer if it hadn’t been the kind of torpid August day that forces you to peel off your sheets and slither out of bed; even the hamster wheel was squeaking listlessly. He discovered he’d vomited in his sleep, so he dragged his soiled blanket to the trash can and began scraping dried popcorn and mud into it. Mud? It was real then—becoming a sylph and then getting un-sylphed, traveling on the back of a gigantic bird who made us promise to send…

The Objects were bashing wildly against…

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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2 Responses to The Wishing Map 54

  1. gpavants says:

    Dear Mitch,

    Lots of things like this in life, Lots of uncertainty, but that is where faith comes in.


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