I can’t say I’ll mind when 2020 is over, but it hasn’t been all bad. Y’all are pretty awesome. This is a year that deserved some light coming into the world, and whether you’re an active participant, a sometimes reader, or sheerly a contemplator, it’s been filled with creativity and fun.
So without further ado, let’s get onto those prompts! Want to trade? Email in to email@example.com and we’ll get you into the rotation.
|Leight Kimmel||Enchanted garden where moon casts shadow of object or ghost invisible to the human eye.||FIona Grey|
|Cedar Sanderson||A letter shows up. It’s addressed to you, and it starts out like the person knows you and your situation. But you don’t recognize the name, and some of the news in the letter is very strange indeed.||nother Mike|
|Becky Jones||The dog walked in the door like he owned the place. Crouched on his back, the cat took everything in before jumping off and heading for the sofa. You laugh at the confidence on display…but these are not your pets.||Leigh Kimmel|
|Fiona Grey||As it turned out, an infestation of baby dragons was not something to wish for after all.||Cedar Sanderson|
|nother Mike||Five faeries, like Tinkerbelle, but all different pastel shades, danced down the dragon’s arm and spun around in a circle in its paw…||Becky Jones|
And now for the spares – alternatives, that is, not sparse. We know you can put some meat on these prompt bones. Same email address, just put “spare” in the subject line.
|Spare||After the third morning that the Christmas tree moved itself during the night, we discovered that it was actually a shy fae looking for a home during the holidays…|
|Spare||Twas two weeks before Christmas, but all through the house, the toys were talking about what might be coming in for the holidays…|
|Spare||2020 was the year of the rat, and 2021 is the year of the ox… What happens when the ox takes over for the rat?|
|Spare||The email offered me a free six-week vacation to Gondor with all UFO travel expenses pre-paid and all logistics worked out…|
Be safe. Be gentle. Stay sane. Have patience when you can, forgiveness when you can’t. Find the little things that bring joy from the unexpected. Share with the world, or at least in the comments.