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Flourish

FlourishRose leaned on the railing, watching the Doctor working the controls of the TARDIS, his graceful hands flying over the instruments with practiced ease. "Doctor?" He made non-committal noise in response without bothering to look up.

"Are we having a problem with the environmentals?"

That caught the Doctor's attention. "Why do you ask?"

Taking the Doctor's hand, Rose led him through to the kitchen.

"Ah." He looked about the room. Every surface was covered in a carpet of small, bright wildflowers.

Rose smiled as she nudged the Doctor in the ribs. "I didn't know the TARDIS had a germinate setting."

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dw100challenge #93: flowery

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sanda56
12th Nov, 2005 14:41 (UTC)
Aw! Pretty. :)
redwolf
13th Nov, 2005 08:45 (UTC)
Probably not a lot of fun to clean up though.
edenfalling
12th Nov, 2005 18:55 (UTC)
Awww... That would be really pretty, but definitely not something you'd want in a functional kitchen.

"Why do you ask?"
redwolf
13th Nov, 2005 08:49 (UTC)
Aargh! I stared at that bloody line of text for ages thinking something was wrong with it. Stupid brain.

I don't think a kitchen covered in plants would be terribly practical either. I'd much rather have the coffee demons.
irishvampire13
13th Nov, 2005 03:07 (UTC)
Pretty. :)
redwolf
13th Nov, 2005 08:52 (UTC)
Very pretty, but not that practical.
irishvampire13
13th Nov, 2005 09:37 (UTC)
Ah, but it's my personal philosophy that practicality is very highly overrated. *grins*
ozma914
13th Nov, 2005 09:23 (UTC)
Ah, but some nice flowers might be just what you'd need inside a mechanical, metallic -- whatever it is.
redwolf
13th Nov, 2005 10:01 (UTC)
But perhaps not inside the toaster and holding the fridge door closed.
ozma914
13th Nov, 2005 11:40 (UTC)
Ah -- good point. And yet, being a person who manages to kill almost every house plant, I can't help being a little jealous. So far my aloe plant is hanging in, but it might just be dumb luck.
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