Fictional characters are just like us, they also buy cereal at the supermarket!

Today’s one-word prompt I’ve always liked the idea of being a fan of something. To me, being a fan of a book or a TV show or a video game isn’t just about liking said piece of media, nor is it just about a sense of belonging within a community of like-minded (to an extent) fans. It’s also about the affirmation of my own feelings. … Continue reading Fictional characters are just like us, they also buy cereal at the supermarket!

How can I write about toxicity without talking about it?

Today’s one-word prompt Today’s word prompt seemed challenging to me. It still is. The word “toxic” carries poignant weight in my life; not just mine, most people would have something to say about toxicity. Obviously, I’m not referring to the literal meaning; otherwise I might just get away with writing a blog post about chemistry and be over with this. Something about mercury maybe. I … Continue reading How can I write about toxicity without talking about it?

Eggs

Daily Post Subjecting a person to a warning is a great way of exploring some of the depths of their character. To some people, reading a sign that says “Danger: Do not enter,” is a clear request not to venture around the area beyond the sign, and they take the warning at face value. To others, a warning is an invitation. A statement like “do … Continue reading Eggs

Daily Post – March 29th 2018

The one-word prompt in question Frantic: Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. I haven’t partaken in these daily prompts in a long time. Possibly years? Perhaps centuries? Who knows. Not me. I think frantic is one of the few qualities that I could say with confidence can be used to describe the opposite of what I usually am. I dislike being … Continue reading Daily Post – March 29th 2018

Prompt: write a story that ages an infant into an adult in 50 words or less

Life has just begun. I am fed, cherished and pampered. I can draw farm animals, and recite the alphabet. My friends tease me about my crush, but I beat them in algebra. Some left early, some graduated with me.  They became my best men and the godfathers of my children.   Image taken from: http://www.wisdomtimes.com/blog/lifetime-of-learning-evolving-through-the-journey-of-life/ Continue reading Prompt: write a story that ages an infant into an adult in 50 words or less