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Man may be able to fly to the moon, clone animals, create bionic body parts, and keep his balance while exercising on a Body Dome. But he (or she) remains powerless to park in a straight row once the snow has obliterated the lines. -Barbara Allan, Antiques Maul: (Trash N Treasures Mysteries)
Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a haiku about parking in the snow.
Journaling Prompt: Write about a funny experience you had involving snow.
Art Prompt: Parking in the snow
Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Write about the crazy things drivers do when the weather is bad.
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