Welcome to Friday and this week's edition of Five Sentence Fiction. This week's prompt is highway. If you'd like to learn more about Five Sentence Fiction, or give it a try yourself, just visit Lillie McFerrin Writes. Enjoy!
She realized a little too late that she never should have gotten off the highway. The little side road had seemed charming at first, but the road had become rougher and rougher, and when she finally decided to just turn back, there was nothing to turn back to. The road behind her had simply disappeared, leaving a dead end in its place.
The road was now too rough to continue on in her car, so she took her purse and set off on foot, looking back only once at her beat up old chevy, unsure of whether she'd ever see it again.
In truth, she would, but it's hard to recognize a car that's been sitting by the side of the road for 100 years.
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