“You should ride along to the gym with me some time,” Michelle tells Jane, flexing her arms.
“I hate the gym.”
“That’s a terrible attitude,” Michelle insists. “It’s not good for you, just sitting in class and at work and studying all the time.”
Jane glowers. “I walked three miles to the bus stop this morning through snow and ice and lugging this backpack of books, and I’ll do the same thing going home, so I’m pretty sure I’ve got exercise down, thanks.”
Every week, Denise at Girlie on the Edge hosts the Six Sentence Stories flash fiction challenge and blog hop. The rules are simple: 1. Write a story. 2. Any genre. 3. Six sentences exactly. This week’s cue was EXERCISE. Fun sixes from other writers are at the link. Come join us; it’s great brain exercise and a good time!
3 thoughts on “Exercise (Jane Doe Six Sentence Stories)”
That’s telling her! Perhaps Michelle means well, but little does she know Jane is working her legs, back and getting a hell of a cardio workout every day, 2x a day.
I’m leary of friends beginning sentences with “you should…” lol
Wonder how often Michelle goes to the gym each week 😀
Bet she’s got great abs! Keep packing!
You tell her, Jane!*
*and I am willing to cross three days of the calendar (or so) to see how our Miz Jane be doin.