Welcome to The Three Things Challenge.
Below are three things that may, or may not, be related. Simply read the prompt and see where your creativity takes you.
You can use one, two or all three words in your post, there are no restrictions regarding length, style, or genre apart from keeping it family friendly.
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Your three words are:
By Tessa Dean June 2021
Eileen dragged Kyle into the coffee shop and they found a table that was vacant. She didn’t want to sit with their friends right now. She was hopping mad and had things on her mind. She wanted to slap that professor, but that just might turn him on more. She had to dampen his interest in her. She had a diary full of things he has done to her ever since she started his class this semester. Now it was time for a little payback. He didn’t have a spouse so she couldn’t go that route and try to break up his marriage. She would love to make his home life miserable, but she didn’t see how to do that without a spouse in the picture. But wait a minute. She assumed there was no spouse as the stories around campus said he was an eligible bachelor, but was he? Did he have a spouse hidden away somewhere back home, wherever that was. She knew he wasn’t local because she had lived in this university town all her life. She knew he came from somewhere else. Maybe it was time to do some sleuthing and see what she could find before putting a plan in place.
Eileen pulled her lap top out of her bag and opened it up. She found a plug near her seat and plugged it in. This might take a while and she had used it all day in classes. Kyle sat watching her with a quizzical look on his face. She had a serious look on her face and he could tell she meant business.
She started searching for a website that would give her all the background on this professor “up to no good.” She found one and started to fill in all the information she knew about him. She had pulled her diary out where she had recorded information about him and his life style that she knew about. His car and license plate would be a big help. She knew where he lived near the campus. She knew his first and last name, but didn’t have a middle name, but hopefully his name wasn’t too common that she would need it.
“Well Kyle, let’s see what our nice little professor is up to and has been up to and maybe he has himself a wife stashed away somewhere. Ooops I need my credit card to pay for this information, but I feel it is worth it. I should have done this sooner.” She found the card and plugged in her credit card number, expiration date and the 3 little numbers on the back of the card. She hesitated briefly before hitting enter.
Advocate for mental health and invisible illnesses
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