This socked me in the gut! I've been on both sides of this.
Me too--I actually had the he/she switched in an earlier draft, but wanted to put more distance between myself and the narrator.
I've been here, too. Nicely done!
Once again, I am reminded of how very powerful words can be.
The right (or wrong) ones pack a punch.
This makes me wonder exactly what got said. Great job capturing such a classic moment in so few words and yet keeping all of the emotional punch.
So very true! I think we have all been on both sides of this situation. Learning some self-restraint, verbally and in print, can spare others, and ourselves, a lot of heart ache down the road. Point well-taken, my friend. Good work! :)
Thank you, and thanks for reading!
It's strange the amount of power in a wrong word.
Luckily the right ones have power too.
Oh, I love this. I think the short, choppy words help convey your message. Thanks for linking up.
Thanks for stopping by!
For all the times my mouth has gotten me in trouble - well said.
Thank you...it's nice to know I'm not alone there.