Suspicion

She said she needed some time to herself. And that was fine by me. Then she told me she was going away for the weekend, and that was the moment I stopped trusting her. It seemed a reasonable reaction. She would not have trusted me if I had said the same thing. And she would have been right not to. Just lately I had been giving her plenty of cause for suspicion…

A new flash fiction from Rufus Woodward was published this week up at flashfictionmagazine.  Visit here to read the whole piece.

Thanks for reading.

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