Happy Hump Day, fellow writers!
Here’s today’s prompt:
Here’s my crack at it:
What would your tweets say? Share in the comments!
Happy Hump Day, aspiring writers!
Huff the Hubs got me an AWESOME gift in my stocking this year:
This tiny book is FULL of great writing prompts! I’ll never go without something for Writer Wednesday! WOO!
Here’s today’s prompt:
This would be yesterday’s fortune cookie:
And here is last year’s fortune:
What would your fortune cookies say? Tell me in the comments below!
Happy Hump Day, peeps!
Here’s today’s Writer Wednesday prompt:
It seems like everyone I know has some hidden–or not-so-hidden–talent. Huff the Hubs can play guitar, piano, and trumpet. My dad can build ANYTHING your imagination can come up with. My mother is a crochet ninja; my sister is a master baker; and practically everything my other sister touches turns to gold. So where does that leave me…?
I’ll tell you where: impressions.
No, not painting. Actual impressions. But not of people…of goats.
I honestly have no idea how this impression came about, but ever since I was about 12 years old, I found I was able to do a dead-on impression of a goat. So dead-on, in fact, that my friends would CONSTANTLY ask me to do the impression. In between classes, during assemblies, in the middle of church. You name it, a goat sound was heard.
Even now that I’m almost 30 (gulp) I’ll see friends from middle school and they’ll ask me to “Do the goat!”
I really wish I had a more productive talent/skill. Seriously, how far does a goat impersonator go in life? And how can I utilize my talent for the betterment of mankind? I mean, everyone I mentioned above would be GREAT to have around during the zombie apocalypse. But me? I’d probably be the first one sacrificed to save everyone else.
Oh well. At least the zombies would have something laugh about as they gnawed on my legs.
What’s your hidden talent? Is it embarrassing like mine? Or is it more practical?
Happy Hump Day, AKA, Writer Wednesday!
Here is today’s prompt:
Right after they posted the results, I tried to not look.
Because when I looked, I would either be extremely relieved or extremely disappointed. Right now, I was totally and completely ignorant; I was in emotional purgatory—neither happy nor sad. Neither elated nor distraught. I liked it that way. I was comfortable there. And I certainly didn’t want to mess up a good thing, thank you very much.
Soon, however, the group collected shoulder-to-shoulder in front of the bulletin board started to disperse. I saw the frowns on some faces, smiles on others, and high-fives happening around me. The person who tried out just before I did looked up at the list, sighed, and shuffled away. More grins, more head hanging, until finally, I was the last person standing in front of the board.
There was nothing left to do but seal my fate. I would either be a part of the team or just another spectator, cheering them on from the stands.
What does it matter, anyway? I asked myself. Most of the people on the team are a bunch of meat-head, wide-shouldered jerks that thought they owned the school. Did I really want to be a part of that?
Yes. Yes I did.
I drew in a deep breath and put my finger on the board, touching every name as I went down, looking for my own. My heart beat faster and faster, I was quickly making it to the end of the list.
Ten more names…
Five more names…
Three more names…
I stopped before the last name. This is it. This will determine my social standing for the next year.
I read the last name. And then I read it again.
I couldn’t help it; the corners of my mouth turned up in a smile.
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