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Tale Weaver #24 “Good night Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are.”*


You wake up in a strange environment, not the one you went to sleep in.

Weave a tale about the experience.

Where are you? How did you get there?

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*See: Jimmy Durante in Wikipedia

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13 comments on “Tale Weaver #24 “Good night Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are.”*

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  2. Valida Faire
    July 30, 2015

    Oh my goodness, I can’t think of much that would be scarier!!

  3. phylor
    July 31, 2015

    Why not submit your scary thought to this week’s Tale Weaver? 😉

    • Valida Faire
      August 6, 2015

      Finally got my homework done for you, Phylor–and it turned out not scary at all.

      • phylor
        August 6, 2015

        Looking forward to reading it. Thanks for joining in on the fun.

      • Valida Faire
        August 6, 2015

        Enjoyed it!

      • phylor
        August 6, 2015

        Wonderful! Fantasy and dreams, nested like Russian dolls. What a fantastic image.
        I used to have a set of nesting dolls from a world’s fair in 1967! Bought at the Russian pavilion. Have a small wood inlay chest from the same trip.

      • Valida Faire
        August 6, 2015

        Oooh, lovely souvenirs! Glad you were pleased with my “late” entry. Some prompts just take more steeping or marinating than others.

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  8. phylor
    August 13, 2015

    Glitches with my computer means that I can’t always respond directly right now.
    Travelling Dark captures the darkness of dreams when they become nightmares. Excellently written. Hope to comment directly soon.

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