Six-Sentence Story

I’ve taken advantage of two prompts to do my tiny tale today.
The Six-Sentence Story prompt this weekend was RAMBUNCTIOUS
The Sunday Wordle contains the following prompt words:
sunset, finish, string, spill, limit, heartbeat, trails, fairy, lacy, tick, stone, gate

And here are my six sentences, more a scene than a story, though:

“Beat you,” Andy shouted as he rushed along the narrowest of trails ahead of his sister, stepped on a conveniently placed stone and was over the fence in a heartbeat.
“Honestly, Andy, I don’t know why you’re so rambunctious this morning, but I’ve about reached my limit.”
“Come on, Lacy, don’t be a tick. Just step on that rock, spill yourself over the fence and we’ll see if some fairy has left a bit of gold in the meadow.”
“Gold indeed, you dreamer! The only gold you’ll see that way is the sunset – and maybe some buttercups in the woods as you dash through.”

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