Short Story: Scavenger Hunt Will

In life, he was the glue that kept their splintered family together.

In death, he still drew them together in the form of his scavenger hunt will that required teamwork from all branches of the extended family.

Did it bring them closer? Yes, too close. There was a reason they didn’t like to hang around each other. Old grudges bit back, unhappy secrets came out, and new feuds began.

But for him, who tried so hard to keep them all together, they could try. Even if only once in a long while.



Genre: family

Posted on October 15, 2019, in Short Stories and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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