There’s freedom in writing, in being able to put pen to paper, to tap upon keys and have words pour forth and spin into a tale, to catch the eyes of readers and ears of listeners.
The gears and gauges in our brains are designed to chronicle, to tell and to listen. We are wired for story, as the saying goes, and what better way to come together than to share our stories?
So come together, grab your prompt, seize a spare, and share your narratives. Write on, write on, write on.
|Kat Ross||I hope no one is superstitious. 😀 Randomizer picked #13. 13 happened to be our black cat. (Darla in photo below)||nother Mike|
|nother Mike||When he got in the car, there was a frog on the dashboard.||Becky Jones|
|Fiona Grey||No one suspected the code was hidden in the quilt.||
|Becky Jones||Gunk smurf picture… (see below)||Leigh Kimmel|
|Leigh Kimmel||Something is seen at the oriel window of a forbidden room in an ancient manor house.||Fiona Grey|
|Cedar Sanderson||The genetic coding for growing plaid hair or fur is discovered!||Kat Ross|
|spare||Dinosaur fossils are actually the discarded bones from giant alien picnickers visiting Earth… (see https://www.thefarside.com/2020/05/20/1)|
|spare||There was a tiny bottle labeled Love Potion #9 in his pocket…|
|Spare||What if life really is a game? What do winning and losing look like?|
|Spare||Grooming the wooly mammoth took special tools, like…|
Want to join the prompt challenge, or submit a spare prompt? Send an email to email@example.com (indicate spares in the subject line). See you in the comments!
Memphis mural photo by Fiona Grey