Webster's definition of a Sundial : ‘An instrument to show the time of day by the shadow of a gnomon on a usu. horizontal plate or on a cylindrical surface.’
Sandra's : ‘An instrument used to travel through time.’
“Saura…” The voice echoed in her head, more sigh than whisper. Sarah jerked the wheel causing the car to swerve across the line. The driver of an approaching red SUV lay on his horn.
Sarah swerved back into her own lane. “Who’s there?”
“Saura, where are you?” It was the saddest sound she’d ever heard, filled with infinite pain.
Her eyes filled with tears. Barely aware of what she was about, Sarah whispered, “Here,darling, here.” She gripped the wheel so hard, her knuckles whitened.
And then there was nothing. The voice, the presence, was gone.
She slowed down and stared out the window. Stately old homes lined the street. Daffodils waved gently in the breeze. Whatever she’d heard, seen, was no longer present.
Heart pounding, Sarah downshifted as she approached a red light. She leaned her head against the steering wheel and took a deep breath. God, what is going on?
For a chance to win an autographed copy of Sundial, a ‘seeing’ pendant and a $10 gift card from Starbucks, just go to Sandra’s blog at www.sandracox.blogspot.com and leave a comment mentioning Anny and Sundial.
The contest will run from October 15 – Nov 14 at 5:00 p.m.
The winner will be randomly drawn.
Virtual Sundial tour hostesses welcome to enter.
Thanks so much for hosting me, Anny!