Today’s prompt: lasting consequences of sign language
Verbal and outward visual signs a person (youth or adult) uses to gain
popularity or power in today’s world will forever be engrained into most
viewers’ memories and accessible via clicking on dozens of hyperlinks,
stored technological reveals.
Prompt: Questions ’bout Halloween
What are my thoughts on trick-or-treating this year?
In my locale yearly door-to-door trick-or-treating has slowly declined
due to children’s safety issues. Any parent who would even consider
participation in this once-upon-a-time fun tradition during a medical
crisis, thereby placing their child in more potential danger, needs their
head examined. (politely stated)
Should Halloween be cancelled or should it go on as normal?
There is nothing normal ’bout these present times; however, I don’t
feel this holiday nor others ahead should be cancelled. Families can
adapt how they celebrate the special day with their creativity while
remaining in their own homes.
Today’s prompt: Tech issues random
Choose new discard old
Thoughts quick decisions
Hopeful time save files and pics
Commit declutter process
Today’s words: boyfriend – new – subtle
Subtle mind poison
Spoken via new boyfriend
Underhand attempts spend cash
Today’s prompt word: container
Laptop virtual storage
Writer’s dream come true
Efficient tool arrangement
Correspondence box brimful
The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Sept. 26/2020
Today’s words: futile – mad – tall
Mad as a Hatter
Sincere genuine effort
Knowledge before me
Upset – walk tall preference
Empty feelings sheer futile
Prompt: a back-handed compliment
After a brief reading of several back-handed compliments amidst laughter before
my eyes appeared the following one which hit home – “You must be such a strong
person” which translates into “The way your life turned out would have driven
most people to suicide.”
Perhaps I should be thankful those biceps atrophied when I stopped lifting
weights – a bit of humor from within the soul.
One-Liner Wednesday – A backhanded compliment?
Today’s four questions deal with personal food preferences, decision where best
to dine and who in the household is the designated cook.
Since I am a divorcee following a 35-year marriage I’ve decided the best responses
would be those while holding the title ‘Mrs.’
Are you an adventurous eater, or do you prefer to play it safe when you’re
Answer: At an early age I became good friends with ‘The Betty Crocker Cookbook’
and loved to try new recipes (especially desserts).
Do you prefer dining in or dining out?
Answer: I enjoyed dining out (a treat – Saturday date night).
When you dine in, who does the cooking?
Answer: Ninety percent of the time, I was the one who prepared meals.
Barbecue grilling was my partner’s specialty along with a few tasty dishes
he prepared without use of any recipe.
When you dine out, do you tend to stick to places you know, or do you look
for new places to try?
Memory Lane: We had our favorite restaurants plus on occasion ‘yes’
did opt to try a new one – usually a well-recommended establishment
which had a good rating in categories of food quality plus quantity
and known for their excellent service.
Yesterday I read this daily selfie posted by a virtual friend on an app.
“Life is a circle of happiness, sadness, hard times and good times.
If you are going through a hard time, know that good times are on the way.”
I think I’ll believe this if it ever actually happens within my personal life.
As with news articles I consider the source and decide what I think is real
and what appears to be fake.
Morning share thou dare
Twitter versus chirping sound
Nature’s cricket endurance