“Where have you been?” Lea asked Glen as soon as he got home.  “You promised that you’d get in early so that you could fix the door.  It’s been like that for weeks now.”

“I was at the office,” he said wearily as he removed his shoes and coat.

“I called you but got your answering machine.”

“I was probably away from my desk.”

“I called your cell too.”

“It’s turned off when I’m in the office.”

“You were with her, weren’t you?”

He didn’t answer.

“Stop seeing her, Glen or else…”

“Or else what?”

She didn’t answer.


100 Words


This was written for the Friday Fictioneers challenge hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields For more details, visit Here.  To read other stories based on this week’s prompt, visit Here.


    • Dear Rochelle,

      Yes, she does. And you’re right, sooner or later she will have to put an ultimatum in place and it is a tough place for a woman to be in. Thanks 🙂



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