Hello, word artists and admirers! I can’t say I’ve always
embraced change as gracefully as I would have liked—especially if the change
wasn’t my idea! But curiosity always wins out for me. Eventually I want to know
more about the change and can even become enthusiastic about it, if there is
something new to learn. While there was lots about my school days I didn’t
like, learning new things wasn’t one of them. Have you learned anything new
recently that made you light up?
Our new Friday Writings format means we are open to pieces on any topic, but if you’d like a little something to prompt your muse, I’d like to suggest drawing inspiration from a subject you studied at school.
Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash
Please share your poetry or prose, fiction or non-fiction,
old or new. Just be sure to keep your prose pieces to 369 words or fewer. One entry per person please and thank you.
A bit of housekeeping:
- How do you feel about blog badges? Rosemary, Magaly and I discussed them in the past, and ended deciding that we weren’t going to use them. Okay, Rosemary and I didn’t really see the need for badges and Magaly pouted. So when Ornery Owl said she created a badge (thank you so much!) and we were welcome to use it, Magaly (the pouter) did a happy dance, while chanting, “See? I knew we needed some stinking badges!” And then she started sending us different versions of the blog badges she had created. We decided to keep this one (add it to your posts, we sure will 😊):
For those of us who like prompts, next Friday
Rosemary will invite us to reinterpret a well-known saying.