I'm not gonna lie, I've skipped the last two weeks of Jenny Matlock's Saturday Centus because I had a case (a rather severe case) of Saturday Centus Writer's Block...and when you can't do a quality entry, well then maybe you shouldn't do one at all..so I couldn't and I didn't.
Anyway, this week it didn't take me 17 hours to think of a contribution and so I went with it...
The post is a themed writing project challenge taken from Jenny Matlock over at off on my tangent.
Jenny says we can use UP to 100 words to tell a story. It can be fact or fiction. Jenny posts a few words, a prompt that we work from.
As always the prompt is in bold italics.
The ATM machine began dispensing twenties which Zack quickly folded in half and stuck in his pocket.The money burned. Barely 6 weeks a rehab grad, Zack headed for an all too familiar neighborhood, seeking answers to his pain. At a red light a tap on his window brought him face to face with a toothless woman, pulling her life in a grocery cart. “Hungry” she mouthed to Zack. He dug in his pocket and surprised them both when he handed her all his money. “ I believe in angels” she said patting his hand. “Me too” said Zack making a u-turn and heading toward home.