Annabelle, short story
One hour to go, one hour until Annabelle's point of infallibility. The most monumental decision of her life, would she go through with it or would the titanic pressure and binding nerves get the better of her?
<Tab/>The wait was unbearable; one hour seemed to stretch on for a thousand years, her mind chewing up her thoughts like a dog to a bone. As she was jolted back into reality the fear hit her vigorously. She shook.
<Tab/>The time had come. Surrounded by friends and family a comforting relief found a place in her tireless body. But not for long.…
- Annabelle, short story
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