42, the answer to life, the Universe, and Everything
Life grinds on, and in it’s wake bobs the odd debris of memories. We pick these up, turn them over in our hands, something strange dripping from deep within, and contemplate what was. Then we drop it, look at the distant horizon, and start composing a story to make some sense of it all.
Life needs meaning. Pick out a prompt, and use it to get you through this week. We all need motivation!
|Cedar Sanderson||The planet’s changing albedo indicated something strange||Fiona Grey|
|AC Young||The paradoxical pseudo-rose is a perennial which blooms in early autumn. Its fruit (called pseudo-hips or phips) develop in late autumn to early winter. The seeds germinate the next spring.||nother Mike|
|Fiona Grey||It was only halfway through the sixpack that Micah realized his beer granted him the newfound ability to see ghosts and Fae.||Cedar Sanderson|
|Leigh Kimmel||In the department of same title, different songs: “Drive” by R.E.M. and “Drive” by Incubus — what are the hidden ties between them?||AC Young|
|nother Mike||Summoning a demon to wash the dishes was a mistake…||Leigh Kimmel|
For those who didn’t know they needed this little tether to imagination and purpose, for you there are spares. Don’t forget to come back and read the comments!
|Spare||Dried cherries for fairies, prunes for gnolls, hazelnuts for…|
|Spare||The moon was remarkably busy that day.|
|Spare||The cheese rebellion was a very gouda time.|
|Spare||The man driving the car was wearing a patient’s gown, and a big smile…|
|Spare||Being a veterinarian at the young wizards school was challenging…|
See you next week! We can talk about our stories, and ignore that ominous chewing sound coming up from behind us…