Thursdays six sentence story link up!

It’s Thursday’s Six Sentence Story Link up! – GirlieOnTheEdge’s Blog (

Prompt word: Visa

I dream of living in the USA. I’ve dreamed about living there for a long time now.

But, its so hard to get a visa! If you know someone, have family living there, or want to study there, it’s a little easier.

I dream of winning the lottery to get a green card, yes, there are lotteries and people are randomly picked to get one!

Maybe some day my dream will come true, a girl can hope!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

12 thoughts on “Thursdays six sentence story link up!”

  1. As a short story writer, I can relate to the desire to chase after a dream and the struggles that can come with it. The idea of winning the lottery for a green card is such a unique and hopeful way to try and make that dream a reality. Here’s hoping that one day your dream does come true!

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  2. Agree with Sebastian, having a dream is surely a healthy thing for all of us. It takes us out of our everyday world if nothing else and, as long as I don’t spend too much time dreaming* it can be refreshing.
    Have an excellent week ahead.

    * I have to admit, I’ve never been all that good about keeping dreams in their place.

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  3. The desire to move to a new place and have a fresh start is an understandable one. There can be challenges involved, but they can be totally worth it in the end, and they can make fantastic stories.

    Hope it works out for you and that you can finally make that move one day 🙂

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  4. It is a wonderful dream! I can only imagine (and used to) what it would feel like to live in a different country. I imagine tremendous excitement mixed in with a bit of homesickness.
    Here’s to your green card lottery dream, Carol anne!

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