Rory is the host of 321 Quote Me
It really is a cool idea!
Cool- Jonas Brothers
Dear friends, in the memory of our dear Hélène I have decided to continue this challenge. I will post a new challenge on 12:00 am PST, every Monday morning.
You can write a post on your blog and create a ping back to link to the original post.
Write an original story, poem or a caption.
You have six days to respond to the Prompt.
I will try to reblog your response on my blog.
There is no limit to words or format but keep it family friendly.
I will do a round up next Sunday before the next Prompt is posted.
Please tag your responses with #Whatdoyousee
Does this picture inspires you to write something?
Image credit; Pinterest
Waiting eagerly for your responses.
Dylan Hughes is the host of first line Friday.
It is First Line Friday! Welcome and let’s get writing.
Your line for this week is:
A crack like a gunshot pierced the frozen air and the ice broke.
A crack like a gunshot pierced the frozen air and the ice broke. The skier looked apprehensively towards the peaks above her. All of her worst fears were confirmed. A huge plume of the snowy white stream was in the air and under it, hurling rapidly was the snow avalanche.
She zigged zagged trying to build up the speed and also to steer away from the path of the avalanche. The frozen lake lay directly ahead and she started praying that she would cross it before the surface of the lake was struck by the weight of the snow hurtling towards it. Who knew if it would hold or break under the weight of the tones of snow. Freezing to death in the water of the lake was even worse than being buried under an enormous amount of snow. She maneuvered herself towards the right bank of the lake and just made it out of the way of the snow, as the avalanche buried everything just to her left.
She was indeed very lucky to be alive to tell the story of her escape from the avalanche.
Paula is the host of Thursday Inspiration
Home is not a place, it’s a state of mind. One can have a cozy and comfortable home and yet not be happy there and a person can live in a small shack and be content. Some carry the image of a perfect home in their hearts, forever trying to bring it into reality. And when they sometimes attain that perfection, they find out that it’s not what they wanted. I feel that home is a metaphor for a place of ease and peace. Being home means to me a state of mind free from stress and worry. A place where I am me and there are no rules other than mine.
You open the door and shout, I’m home
Take off your shoes and shed the stress
Nothing is more welcoming than the scent of your own hearth
Patricia of Patricia’s place has changed the name of her weekly Prompt. Now in other words is;
Using the word shopping
Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less
Shopping is a way to please when I am feeling sad or low
I buy gifts for friends and family thinking of the joy
Giving of these gifts will bring to them
But when I look at the credit card bills
I feel that this may bring others joy but only debt to me!
Shweta is the host of 6WSP
Prompt for Week #15 (December 7, 2019 – December 13, 2019)
Sometimes I pretend that I’m smart!
Reena is the host of Reena’s Exploration Challenge.
Welcome to the last Exploration Challenge of 2019!
Image credit: Gerd Altmann at Pixabay
The picture shows a man kneeling in front of a cross, in sunset hours.
I am lost,
He admitted to himself
As he kneeled on the side of the road
The road sign in front of him was no help
The directions were lost to wear and tear of time
The light of the setting sun dimming with every passing moment
Soon it would be too dark to find his way
He prayed for a sign though he hadn’t prayed since younger days
Was it a sign? He mused later that lead him to his destination
A man stopped near him, called his name
He looked up into the eyes of his brother and got up for an embrace
“I was looking for you since evening came” he said
“I am glad a wrong turn brought me to you”
Linda is the host of Stream Of Consciousness Saturday
2019-2020 SoCS Badge by Shelley! https://www.quaintrevival.com/
The key to getting the desired results in anything is good planning. If we plan right, the results will be as we want. In anything, we do, planning plays a great role. To be able to blog stress-free planning is again the key. Sometimes the key is lost under all the irrelevant stuff we deal with. Staying focused can be the key to success. Whatever key you employ, one is sure to open the door. And if it doesn’t, go to the key maker and get another one made. I had to pay $75 when the key to our apartment fell down the elevator shaft and was lost to humankind forever. The admin told me that the stiff fee was to teach us to take better care of our keys!
Michael is the host of Tale Weaver.