The story is called "Keep Thinking, Keep Moving" by the way. It's about a college professor who just retired and his prospects for life in the future. All under 1000 words! I'm ready to call it a masterpiece, but it's past midnight and I need sleepy. So 'masterpiece' is probably excessive.
One thing I'm interested to hear is how people perceive work I did in a 'flash.' As I stated in a post this summer, I think the some of the criticisms I received for my work at the Trinity Arts Conference were due to overwriting. I kept going back and adding more detail. It bogged my story down. That certainly didn't happen with "Keep Thinking, Keep Moving." There wasn't time. I think I might try to read it tomorrow morning and post my opinion of it once I have a little distance from it.