The Christmas projectAudrey hurried down the street, bags hanging off both arms, checking off her shopping list on her phone as she went. She had about an hour left until she had to go back home and she still needed two more things for her mother, since she'd gotten three things for her sister. It was a saving grace that her father didn't want anything for Christmas, or so he said. If she headed to the mall she might be able to find some things, but there was a bookstore in the opposite direction that her mother likedů
Audrey looked up just in time as she nearly bumped into a man standing on the street corner looking utterly lost. She didn't make eye contact and tried to avoid him, but he spotted her.
"Excuse me, miss?"
Audrey groaned inwardly, expecting him to give her some kind of three-minute spiel about the company he was working for and how they needed donations to help people they didn't know and had never met.
Instead, the man said, "Can you tell me where I am?"
"Umů." Audrey muttered, a littl