Let’s Make It 3

8 Feb

Ruby SlippersAmong the many, many lessons this challenge is teaching me so well: The idea file or writer’s notebook is an awfully good friend. I had to end this shorty badly, though, for lack of time to find the right ending.


Working Title: Validation
1st Sentence: When they dressed up like Robin Hood and Maid Marion, people thought he was an elf and she was a princess, but how does that make sense?
Favorite Sentence: When they were Dorothy and Toto, everyone got her right, there was no mistaking the ruby slippers, but they thought he was a werewolf.
Word Length: 307


Photo by RadioFan at en.wikipedia (10/2009) of the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz (1939) on display at the American History Museum.

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