This week’s prompt: ‘why’
one-word question, ‘ why‘ acknowledgements fantastic wisdom awareness
From youthful high school days, I remember the words one English teacher shared with her class, basic knowledge on writing favorable outstanding essays.
Ironically, these same words appeared in an extremely helpful app I utilize for writing assistance when I tapped on the similar words portion and typed in the word ‘ why‘.
Imagine my surprise to read the following quote: “A good article will cover the who, the what, the when, the where, the ‘ why‘ and the how.”
Before I close a little ‘down memory lane’ humor . . .
consistent question determined children ask ‘ why’ game or knowledge search interesting fun ’til Mom’s because I said so, that’s why
This week’s prompt words: wash/awash
Once her daily quota, three machine loads of
were hung on the clothesline to dry it was time to pack
a lunch and head to the beach area of her summer residence.
From the comforts of her lounge chair the young mother
peering thru her expensive sunglasses for several hours
kept a watchful eye on her three children playing close
to the awash.
This week’s prompt:
‘first 2-5 words at the top of the page of reading material nearby’
Sitting at my computer desk, I looked to my left and atop of
Friday’s literary heap, temporary clutter, stared back at me one
of several journals I’ve purchased in recent months.
The first 5 words read, “ always remember YOU are BRAVER than”.
I prefer lined journals and find them to be quite beneficial to me,
a notetaker of important info for possible usage at a later date.
At the same time, I took note of how each journal I’d purchased
was based on an inspirational title.
temperature eighty plus degrees
air pollution, thanks high humidity
interior automobile quite hot
a/c broken five years function not
maintenance repair too expensive
windows roll down only alternative
necessity purchase groceries supersede
warning remain indoors failure heed
supermarket, unfortunate pain in derriere
numerous lightings turned off store interior
workers restocking shelves aisles block
self-checkout registers, clerk’s small talk
‘bagged’ placed back in cart
exit door, discover one item scan thee forgot
ponder what to do ’bout consider honest error
decide store’s loss, shopper’s gain think no further
Prompt: ‘make a note’
Before breakfast each morn without fail (disciplined myself) I
staple several sheets of computer paper together.
At the top I place the date and day of week kind of like a reminder
headline followed by thankfully a short list of required prescription
meds to be taken.
I write the required number of times each med is to be taken then
leave ample space to record the actual hour and minute of
Next, I draw a semi-straight line to separate this section from the
list of imperative to-dos and hopeful to-dos.
This ‘make a note’ manner works well for me.
All chores, errands, etc. for the day are crossed out upon
Day complete – time to place my 8.5″ x 11″ paperwork in the trash.
today’s prompt: ‘amble’
word games challenge brains
vowels consonants muddled
suggest ‘Word Scr ambler’
once found daily newspapers
tech world multi-players share
Today’s prompt: produce – product
Changing directions is often the anecdote for one’s disturbing issues.
In order to succeed in any creative genre, one has to
Investing time in restructuring (weighing options, strengths, weaknesses
and strategies) could result in a much better finished
* Remain hopeful. *
prompt words: cent – sent – scent
Journal book read year1865
Journey cross plains quite the ride
Century plus Sarah’s diary written
Mundane diet gooseberries find welcome addition
Sweet green scented fruit variants red, yellow white
Preparations jams, desserts beautiful mealtime sight
Available health food stores and supermarkets close by yours truly
Price listed $3.99 (three dollars ninety cents) an invite con sent newbie
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Today’s prompt: ‘whatever you see’
Bills all washed
Laundry been paid
Clothes baking in oven
Potluck casserole in dryer
Who says a senior gal ‘can’t’ multitask?
Today’s prompt: ‘iron’
cast ‘ iron’ skillet
years staple kitchen cookware
cooked many yummie dishes
breakfast lunch dinner served up