a phone call away

 

She felt no one understood her or appreciated her. She had to do it. There was no other way.

She noticed the old pay phone on the wall and looked askance at it.

Could it change the course of history? If I talk to someone? Possibly.

She then realized that she couldn’t recall any number, all her contacts were on her cell phone, and she had left it at home so that nobody could find her.

 

PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll

For Friday Fictioneers – 28 July 2017

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