Saturday, April 27, 2019
Arriving at the agreed upon time and place Stacy sat and waited until two identical women showed up at her table. Stacy did a face palm, knowing Martin must’ve screwed up.
“Hey Stacy,” He explained, “I just need the medallion for two more hours. I turned myself into a copy of Melinda here, and the time’s not up yet. Is that cool?”
Stacy groaned. This was par for the course for Martin.
Friday, April 26, 2019
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Jeremy wanted to yell right back, but he never got the chance. A flash of light suddenly engulfed them all. When the light cleared from his vision, he realized something terrible -- he had swapped bodies with the young mother! Silently freaking out, he walked unsteadily on unfamiliar heels until he sat on a piece of playground equipment.
As bad as he felt he had things, he quickly realized his two friends had it worse. They swapped bodies with the woman’s two young toddlers. Jeremy might have been uncomfortable, but his friends were practically back to wearing diapers! It only got worse when they all realized the swap wasn’t limited to the local park...
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Monday, April 22, 2019
“I’ve weirdly gotten used to it rather quickly,” Tom said with a smile, “She lost the use of her legs due to a disease. She told me it will get worse as I get older, but I’m learning to live with it so far. I hesitated to reach out. I didn’t want people feeling bad for me or anything. It’s all fine. Everyone’s had to deal with a lot of weird things in the Shift; this is just the thing that I have to deal with...”
Sunday, April 21, 2019
When Nathan exited the plane, he was doing so as a new person, quite literally. In one of the more dramatic swaps, he ended up as a different gender in the body of a woman on board named Deborah. He knew it was going to be hard to adjust, but for now he was just thankful to be alive. He realized it would’ve been quite easy for one or both of the pilots to have ended up swapping bodies, which might’ve resulted in a crash. He’d just have to figure out how to deal with this.