Post 1526. Thursday May 4
Six Sentence Stories
The ancient Romans saw the wishbone of a chicken as a symbol of luck and passed on the tradition of snapping it to the English during their travels across Europe in 43 AD. The USA adopted the tradition in the 1800's but applied it instead to the wishbone of a turkey.
She cooked a chicken but not for the meat, she disliked the meat, no she needed the wishbone.
She placed the smallest finger of her left hand around the left arm of the wishbone and that of her right around the other.
She tugged, it snapped, she smiled, as her right finger was granted a wish.
Everything started to go right again, her troubles left behind... until she walked beneath a ladder.
She cooked a chicken but not for the meat...
The cue at Six Sentence Stories is the word Chicken