Feeling Good

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As he drove by she did not look up. 

If she had he would have seen fear in her eyes. He would have loved that and he could not wait to get her back home. 

He would show her what a real man does when he is disobeyed.

Still he was going to bide his time a little more. 

Let her think she is safe in this town. 

Let her think she was free of him. 

Let her think she could make some friends and live without him. 

Yes, let her think that and then he would shatter her world and take great delight in doing it.  

He drove back to the Blue Swallow Motel his hands gripping the steering wheel so tight—pretending it was her neck.

Season Ten—Chapter Four—Sandra Peterson—Episode 2:

Sandra drove from her cabin at Karen’s Cozy Cabins to Silverthorn’s Café.  She was feeling really good today, as she was having lunch with Chris and Sarah.  It would be good to get to know these ladies better. 

She had not had any girlfriends for many years, her husband had forbidden her to have friends and in fact hardly ever let her leave the house without him. 

He had actually towards the end started locking her in the house when he left for work. They had lived in a rural area so there was really was not any place for her to go with no close neighbors. 

She shivered as she remembered the circumstances of her escape.

She parked at the café and walked in and spotted Chris and Sarah and waved. 

She felt so blessed she was getting accepted into this community that she was beginning to love.

She did not notice the red Mustang drive by. 

She did not notice the red Mustang drive by.

She did not notice the red Mustang drive by.

He slowed down and watched tapping his fingers on the steering wheel. 

Ramsey pulled-over to the side of the road, slowing abruptly, causing the following car to brake sharply. The driver and his beagle companion would remember this car—as it was identical to the car his son, Andrew, owns.

The evil glint in Ramsey’s eyes would be enough to scare almost anyone. 

He was biding his time.

To be continued…

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About Chris Shouse

Blogger and Internet Marketer. I live in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Love helping people obtain freedom in their lives. Both personal and financial .
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5 Responses to Feeling Good

  1. Sarah Cooper says:

    He’s been noticed and remembered — at least that should help!

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  2. sgtmajcarl says:

    The driver and his beagle companion would remember this car

    You in a heap of trouble, boy, you pissed-off the BEAGLE! 😀

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Chris Shouse says:

    Well how do you think the story is going so far? I am a paranoid author that likes to know.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jack Boardman says:

      DON’T BE PARANOID…PUBLICIZE this post on social-media (and our Danger Bay Group) until the next one is published. 😛

      Like

  4. Jack Boardman says:

    Not only CREEPY, but a CRAPPY driver as well. :-/

    Like

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