Traffic had become unbelievable lately. Daryl would sometimes eat lunch during the commute, to maintain his stamina. He’d even started packing extra food and water, just in case.
Today the traffic was worse than ever. The clock in the truck didn’t work, and the jam stood locked in place so long that Daryl lost all track of time. Seasons passed. Civilizations had toppled and rebooted. Children had stepped into the shoes of their ancestors. That’s what it felt like to Daryl at least. Forever plus one day. Of course he was overreacting.
It couldn’t have been that long, could it?
PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright-Roger Bultot
My entry for the Friday Fictioneers 100 Word Story Challenge, based on the photo prompt above. Curated by the amazing Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
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I was too busy to participate last week, and of course with school starting next week my life will basically be over. Or least significantly occupied by tending the childrens and sitting in traffic.
I always pack extra food and water, just in case.