Standing in the midst of unknown people in an unknown land I felt xenophobic.
Infact, I felt lost.
It was as if I was taken out of my comfort zone and placed right in the middle of a highway, uncomfortable and disoriented.
But just then the bar keep came with my vodka tonic and suddenly I began to feel right at home!
X is for feeling xenophobic....and that's the tone of today's tale...
Linking this post for A to Z Challenge. As I promised in the theme reveal post, as part of the Challenge I'm going to write short stories with one or more emotions beginning with the alphabet of the day as the prompt or central idea for the post. Hope you enjoy the challenge!
Linking this to UBC too.
Many of my blogger friends are also taking part in a host of challenges this month. Shower some love on them, won't you? Oh Please ! You know we bloggers are suckers for comments :)
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Labels: Short Fiction