Deb had never been one for the truth, ever since she was little. Who wants horrible, pointy realty when a nice soft blanket of lies can cushion and comfort you?
She used that motto for good and bad.
“Of course you don’t look fat in that dress”
“No, I would never cheat on you, I love you.”
Debbie hid behind her lies right up to the very last moment of her life.
“Who knew she was sick? She always said she was fine.” Said all, shocked.
Now here lies Deb, finally, telling the truth at last.
November 14, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that includes a lie. What is the lie? It can be subtle or blatant. Who tells the lie and why? Is it an unreliable narrator? Go where the prompt leads!