What do you see # 124 – March 7th, 2022

Welcome back to another WDYS prompt

Rules;

  • You can write a post on your blog and create a pingback to link to the original post.
  • Write an original story, poem or a caption.
  • There is no limit to words or format but keep it family-friendly.
  • If you post a response before next Sunday, I will be able to add it to my roundup post.
  • I will do a round-up next Sunday before the next Prompt is posted.
  • It is always helpful if you can give your post/story/poem a title.
  • Paste a link of your post in the comments section so that I don’t miss anyone in the roundup post.

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Does this picture inspire you to write something?

Image credit; Houcine Ncib @ Unsplash

For the visually challenged reader, this image shows a girl carrying an oversized geometry set in her arms, looking directly at the camera.

Waiting eagerly for your responses.

Thanking you all for joining this prompt.


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90 thoughts on “What do you see # 124 – March 7th, 2022

  1. My response is “Very Scary!” Mathematics was not one of my better subjects in school–and in this image, those gigantic geometry tools are terrifying ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Okay if my comment shows up twice, my apologies. WordPress is having issues with me today apparently and is kicking me out of comments right, left and center! Here’s my story:
    https://sparksfromacombustiblemind.wordpress.com/2022/03/07/wdys-124-3-7-2022-
    lines-within-a-circle/ I loved science, I did not love math though. Over here in my state
    they didn’t teach girls math very well, because we were expected to do nothing more than
    grow up, marry and have children and keep a house. Very backward thinking even for the
    1970s. I’ve had one teacher (my algebra teacher in college) who could teach the subject
    so that EVERYONE understood. I got it, and promptly forgot the and keep a house.
    Very backward thinking even for the 1970s. I’ve had one teacher (my algebra teacher in
    college) who could teach the subject so that EVERYONE understood.
    I got it, and promptly forgot the knowledge. I was 40 at the time and never used it, so
    *poof*. I loved those implements in your image, because one could draw with them and
    have perfectly straight or angled lines. I truly can’t free hand draw a straight line. ๐Ÿ˜„
    Thank goodness for computers! But science fascinated me, especially anatomy, although
    trying to memorize all those bones and names of things inside the person is challenging.
    I wanted to be a medical illustrator actually, but I think I was a bit too old when I got
    the notion.

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