A walk on the beach #FFFC

For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows a woman walking away by herself on a sandy beach, leaving a line of footprints in the sand behind her.

Sam had a lot on her mind.

She’d recently lost her mother to dementia. She’d lost her dog. She felt as if she was losing her mind.

She had come to the beach to just get away from it all.

She felt that a nice stroll on the sandy beach would help her to clear her head.

She put her headphones on and began to walk.

As she walked a long she watched her feet make footprints in the sand.

She just let everything she was holding go.

She felt as if she was melting into the soft sand, it was wonderful.

She felt as if she could just keep walking and never stop.

Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #220 – This, That, and the Other (fivedotoh.com)

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.

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