Today’s prompt: good news – bad news
Curious, a few days ago I joined one of Facebook’s private groups, ‘I Don’t Like
People’ and found the high percentage of members weren’t ‘introverts’ rather
those who’d suffered at the hands of others which led them to no longer trust
any individual, even family members.
It’s no secret supermarket bakery prices continually rose in recent
months resulting in customers finding it necessary to bypass one
of my long-time favorites, the yummie ‘cinnamon’ bun top spread
plentiful with vanilla icing.
Days passed, moods changed, depression wreaked its ugly face and the ‘old lady’ in the window
decided to give up on her last dream in life, stopped accessing social media, didn’t write for near
a month and for some unknown reason decided to check her blog this afternoon, read several
posts and found some solace left within her life.
In light of recent events, the gal who refuses to give up her final goal
in life has chosen to prioritize where, how and with whom she spends
quality time, a much-needed precedent to change title following her name
from ‘writer’ to ‘author’ before the local New Year’s Authors’ convention.
Prompt: had to run
Extremely sad ‘had to run’ more often than not the valid reason for my missing
in writing daily blogging, a situation I hope will soon pass or for certain I shall fail
to bring my personal goal to fruition.
Prompt – nope
Feeling down, tad blue – nope ‘Wednesday’ definitely wasn’t a day to share my
personal thoughts in a positive manner.
Today I finally mustered up required energy to ‘stop’ scribbling useless notes on
sheets of computer paper and in several notebooks as over a period of years my
L-shaped desk became a clean hoarded mess and left ahead a huge task to face
thankful nearing 50 percent complete reorganization.
One-Liner Wednesday – Energy
Today’s prompt: torture without pain
Considering most young children these days cart their cell phones to all corners of
their universe, interact and play popular video games countless hours, tis hard to
imagine the extreme reactions to loss of a battery charger.
Today’s prompt: cortisone shot
I’ve often wondered why many humans share their experiences of a cortisone shot
in a negative light; those comments instill fear and panic to a patient suffering
intense pain and in need of relief only accomplished with medication from
Today’s prompt: ‘What day is it anyway?’
The mid-week reminder stared back at me and I realized per rules I’m only allowed
to write ‘one line’ for this weekly prompt; therefore a woman who follows rules will
comment it’s the day after yesterday, the day before tomorrow thus the answer to
today’s prompt question is ‘it’s today’ another one indoors within the semi-prisonlike
existence we’ve been forced to adjust to since March 2020.