A manifestation of ennui

Hello Everyone (i.e. my possibly two and a half readers)

I don’t know if this will work or not, or if you’d be interested… I thought it could be fun to have readers make suggestions for an opening sentence to a story. Then I would put a link back to your blog (if you have one) when I post the story.

THANKS TO ALL WHO LEFT AN OPENING SENTENCE. THE SUGGESTION BOX IS CURRENTLY CLOSED! BUT I SHALL BE CALLING FOR FURTHER SUGGESTIONS IN A COUPLE OF DAYS!

Thanks
Bruce

Here are the first Sentences used thus far. For the sake of tidiness and ease of not getting muddled, comments below are “removed” once a suggestion has been used:

1. It was a dark and stormy night. Letters from Athens.
Story Here!
2. Monica didn’t know that her clock was ten minutes slow. Hello World.
Story Here!
3. It was the last thing he expected to see when he looked out the window. Alex Raphael.
Story Here!
4. When it comes to doors, they are either open or closed, and this one is definitely closed. The stories in between.
Story Here!
5. One more time, he stood up and walked to the window. One Grain Amongst the Storm.
Story Here!
6. The opening line was always the most difficult to write. chrisnelson61.
Story Here!
7. Jane’s biggest regret in life was that she’d never danced. nananoyz.
Story Here!
8. The esteemed and highly intelligent host limited them to one sentence each. Chelsea.
Story Here!
8. Jim Mackey was a real s.o.b., but that wasn’t what Rudy admired about him. Sarah Angleton.
Story Here!
9. She sighed deeply and wondered if this would ever stop. Itching for Hitching.
Story Here!
10. When he looked at the clown in his greens and reds, his raging coulrophilia kicked in. Fighting the dying light.
Story Here!
11. The problem was Gertrude didn’t know which glass contained the arsenic. An anonymous contributer.
Story Here!

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