Luanne and Sugarfoot's (3 hour challenge)Darkness. That was all that could be seen when her eyes opened. Luanne had expected to see the sun shining right onto her eyelids to wake her, she would be inside Uncle Hank’s ranch home where she would usually smell her Aunt Peggy cooking breakfast. Instead Luanne had found her surroundings to be somewhat familiar to when she gained consciousness.Luanne and Sugarfoot's (3 hour challenge)2 years ago in Short Stories
“Is this,” Luanne sniffed the air and the waft of barbecue sauce hit her nostrils, “Sugarfoot’s?” Luanne stood on her own two feet and headed for the nearest exit, “How the heck am I going to get home?” she asked no one in particular. Her poorly built train of thought was derailed when she used force against the double doors and noticed something that terribly frightened her, “Their locked! Oh no!”, Luanne whipped her head around the area, “Hello, anyone?”Luanne called out louder than the last time. Again, no one answered.
The darkness that tightly hugged the walls