A/N: Okay, so this was a challenge. I was given the first sentence to work from, and had a total of 150 words after that. It was fun, and I can definitely recommend taking a little writer’s challenge every once in a while!
The lock was still there, clinging to the fence, its shackle rusted from exposure.
“Just like us,” she thought, remembering with a cynical smile how they’d been. Her so trusting, and him so charming. She’d never had a chance.
“Here,” he’d said as he’d locked it. “This is our promise. We’ll be together for forever.”
They weren’t, but the locket was still hanging there, mocking her. How stupid she’d used to be.
Suddenly she felt two arms around her. Turning around she smiled at her husband, kissing his cheek softly.
“Darling,” he murmured, and she grinned at him. She could still cringe over how naïve she’d once been, but she’d been fourteen. Sixteen when it had ended. Thank God, she’d found someone better eventually. Someone worth a locket.
“Ready?” she asked, holding up the pliers.
He grinned at her. ”For doing something stupid and potentially illegal? Always.”
Oh, yes, this time she’d definitely found a man worth a locket.