Week TEN, people! We’re officially in double digits. Can you believe it?
Don’t forget to share this challenge with friends, friends of friends, and random strangers. There are only six degrees of separation across the world, after all. (And speaking of, stay safe out there. Wash your hands!)
Onto the prompts:
|Becky Jones||A team rivalry between two schools of magic gets out of control. What’s the game and what happens?||B. Durbin|
|Cedar Sanderson||Aphrodite riding sidesaddle on a goose. https://www.theoi.com/Gallery/K10.3.html||nother Mike|
|B. Durbin||“Nice dress.” “Thanks; it has temporal pockets.”||Leigh Kimmel|
|nother Mike||He was bent over, praying, with his hands together, when the other hands grasped his in support. He blinked, and then noticed that the hands holding his were blue…||Fiona Grey|
|Fiona Grey||Forensic analysis revealed…||Becky Jones|
|Leigh Kimmel||“Year of the Cat” by Al Stewart https://youtu.be/Ak_MTXQALa0||Cedar Sanderson|
And here are your spares. Grab one and dance your fingers across the keyboard, joining in the throes of whirling creation.
|Spare prompt||Finally asleep, when the cat throws up beside the bed at 1:47 am. I know, because I look at the clock before I remember I don’t have a cat…|
|Spare prompt||You pick up the remote and click it, and the fish tank changes channels…|
As they say in Persian, khaste nabaashid, may you not be tired. Nor your phalanges, typing merrily away. Well done, all. Can’t wait to see you in the comments.
Header image from the Smithsonian Institute’s Open Access Online Platform repository, Creative Commons (CC0). Background artist Arthur Wesley Dow. Farsi added by Fiona Grey.