Searching for Warhol

Dee looked around trying to gauge where she was. Her heart skipped a beat when she spied the spinet but eased when she saw the exhibit rope.

It wouldn’t be good for a woman dressed in a mini-skirt to land in the 17th century. If someone had discovered her immediately she would be executed as a witch before she could find the portal home. She reminded her brothers each time, how dangerous it was for a woman to time travel and to be extremely cautious when entering the year.

Dee followed the smell of burning marijuana around the corner and knew they got it right.

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50 thoughts on “Searching for Warhol

  1. Eerie. I toyed with time travel this morning and considered the witch hitch, then dismissed the idea. Glad I did, because your story would have made mine look pretty flimsy.

    Great writing, Dawn!

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  2. Ha! This made me laugh. Our writing practice group had to write a story about being back in the 1960’s. Many are quite a bit older than I am and came up with some whoppers about drug, sex and rock and roll.

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  3. Good time-travel story, Dawn. Our son told one of his teachers that his parents weren’t hippies during the late 60’s. Actually, we were both a bit too old. The first time I saw a hippie in conservative Akron, Ohio I was driving and nearly ran off the road. Well done. 🙂 — Suzanne

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