For this week’s writing prompt, I wanted to talk a little bit about high school graduation. But first, I wanted to announce that this writing prompt will be the last regularly scheduled post for Wednesdays. Say what? Continue reading
For this week’s writing prompt, I wanted to write about a new word I like and which applies to me. Recently I read an article in the local paper about lexophiles. I qualify as a lexophile. Do you? Don’t know what a lexophile is? Read on to find out what it is and if you are one too. Continue reading
This week’s writing prompt is about celebrating the end of the school year. Did you have a tradition to do something fun on the last day of school when you were growing up? Do you do something fun with your family now when school is out? Continue reading
This week’s writing prompt is based on a quote from Mark Twain: The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. Do you know why you were created and live today? Might it be because you have a best seller in you? Or a masterpiece? Or that you live a quiet simple life and bring smiles to everyone you come in contact with?
Last week’s prompt was about fun words, so for this week’s writing prompt, I thought I would use a couple of those and start a sentence and see what readers come up with.
Tiffany was discombobulated because she did not know the name of that there hootenanny, thingamajig, what’sitsname, thingy…
For this week’s writing prompt, I wanted to talk about fun words. Words we like to roll off our tongues, words that are fun to say out loud, those kinds of words. Read on to see some of my fun words.
This week’s writing prompt is based on this short dialogue with my then four-year-old: Mariah walked into the kitchen where I was working and asked, “Is everyone weird?” I replied yes.