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I checked my watch. The cucumbers were due to start singing in about thirty minutes, but sometimes they go off early. I’m never sure exactly when they’ve gotten here, which makes the timing tricky, and that means I wasn’t about to open the door. -Susan Palwick, Cucumber Gravy (free to read online at Lightspeed Magazine)
Writing Prompt: Write a story, scene or poem about an unusual reason why your character can’t answer the door.
Journaling Prompt: Write about a time when you were embarrassed to answer your door.
Art Prompt: Singing Cucumbers
Photo Credit: Dorocia on Flickr
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