This is a post from last year where the prompt was. Daily Prompt: Morphing I had a lot of fun with it and decided to rework it a little bit and repost it – hope that you enjoy. I decided to use this as an opportunity to morph words into other words with new meanings rather than change the meaning of an existing word. Blagging: Writing a blog for the sole… Read More
What if I challenged you to challenge me? We all have people in our life that are or have been difficult with us.. What if you had the chance to dress that person in any way that you wished; what would they look like and where would they go wearing what you so thoughtfully dressed them in? What if you could live a day in one of history’s infamous character’s shoes, who would… Read More
Daily Prompt: Non-Regional Diction, by michelle w. on November 14, 2013 Write about whatever you’d like, but write using regional slang, your dialect, or in your accent. Chicken A-nee-mal and Pig on a Roof It was a rainy summer day towards the end of the summer vacation and my boyfriend’s daughter was bored so she asked Nonno (the Italian word for Grandpa) if she could go out to the mall to see a… Read More
Daily prompt – Keep Out Maybe it is her age.. maybe it is just the way our relationship is, or maybe it is just that I never meet her expectations.. but being kept out from your child’s heart is so hard.
Daily Prompt: Say Your Name Hello, My Name is Easter Yes Easter – as in the holiday. As in the resurrection. As in Happy… Not April, not Esther and not Heather. (those are the most commonly mistaken wrong names). I actually had a teacher call me April all the way through the 7th grade and a boss that called me Heather for almost 2 years. Really. So why am I saying this…. Read More
Daily Prompt: Too Big To Fail by michelle w. on May 17, 2013 Tell us about something you would attempt if you were guaranteed not to fail (and tell us why you haven’t tried it yet). Too Big to Fail Life for the last decade or so has been challenging to me. In my younger years, I had all of the reckless confinedce that any youth would have. I faced all that I… Read More