We’re down to the last few weeks of this, and there’s a question that simply must be asked and answered. Not sure if it was asked last year, but then again? Memories of last week are a bit fuzzy. No, the question simply is: Do we make it into year three of this crazy thing? Or do we say ‘two years! Wow, look at what we did for two solid years. Surely this is a habit now? We can manage on our own, thanks?’
This is not a solo thing, for those reading who can’t see a byline. There are at least three, sometimes four, folks behind the scenes doing little bits so it didn’t all fall on one person’s shoulders. Odd Prompts most likely could not have made it for two years without that invisible team, so CHEERS! to them.
|AC Young||The Commander of the Channel Fortress had set only a minimal guard. No-one would try to invade when it was so cold that even the Channel itself had frozen over. Unfortunately the enemy on the other side of the Channel hadn’t received the memo…||Cedar Sanderson|
|Leigh Kimmel||You find a hairball on the kitchen floor — but you don’t have a cat.||AC Young|
|nother Mike||When he cracked the screen on his cell phone while playing his favorite game, he didn’t expect the game characters to slip out into the real world …||Leigh Kimmel|
|Cedar Sanderson||She unwound the ball of yarn carefully, until…||nother Mike|
And as ever, there are the spare prompts. Perhaps even if the game doesn’t go on, the spares should.
Or maybe there should be a book with a prompt, then a blank lined page for your art/writing/poetry to happen on.
|Spare||A snow leopard came across a yeti.|
|Spare||The year of the cat is coming up… watch all the rats run!|
|Spare||After your grandfather dies, you find his old journal. Reading it, you find out secrets you never even suspected…|
|Spare||Having a drone constantly following your child isn’t quite the safety measure you thought it would be…|