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Longing for Gravity- The Daily Prompt

I'm baaaaack. Here to stick my entire foot back in the water (instead of just my big toe) with a response to The Daily Post's Daily Prompt. You are on a mission to Mars. Because of the length of of the journey, you will never be able to return to Earth. What about our blue … Continue reading Longing for Gravity- The Daily Prompt

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NaNo Update and The Daily Prompt

Hi Everyone! Well, I'm still chugging along with my word count for National Novel Writing Month but wanted to take some time out to post an update. My problem now seems to be that my NaNo story is going in a totally different direction than I'd planned. If "characters drive plot" then my characters are … Continue reading NaNo Update and The Daily Prompt

Daily Prompt- Trick or Treat, and Halloween “Hi”

Today's Daily Prompt from The Daily Post reads: If bloggers had their own Halloween and could go from blog to blog collecting “treats,” what would your blog hand out? You can see the prompt and other answers here. After some careful thought, I decided that I would hand out coffee. You'd totally come visit if … Continue reading Daily Prompt- Trick or Treat, and Halloween “Hi”

Daily Prompt: Non-Sequitur

This Daily Prompt was a tough one. The prompt is to use this sentence in the final paragraph of a post: "He tried to hit me with a forklift!" You can see the Prompt and the other responses here.  This is my attempt (it's fictional--mostly- bahahaha). In all honesty, the real reason we finished the … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Non-Sequitur

When I Want to Run Away, I Drive Off In My Car

Today’s Daily Prompt from The Daily Post is “Can’t Drive 55.” It reads: “Take the third line of the last song you heard, make it your post title, and write for a maximum of 15 minutes. GO!” You can see the prompt and other responses here. Well, there is my line up on the title … Continue reading When I Want to Run Away, I Drive Off In My Car

Daily Prompt: Pants on Fire

Today’s Daily Prompt from The Daily Post reads: What was the last lie you told? Why did you tell it? You can see the prompt and links to other responses here. I read this one and immediately thought of all the nonsense I tell the kids, from Santa seeing their every move, to babies coming out … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Pants on Fire