2.28.18

Prompt:   you look outside. It's snowing. But look closer. Those are not snowflakes falling from the sky. What is it snowing at your house? In the summer and fall of 1988,Small fires in remote areas of Yellowstone Park began to burn, fueled by underbrush from a wet spring and an increasingly dry summer. At first …

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2.27.18

Prompt: What is the best road trip or vacation you have ever taken? Who was there? Where were you going? What did you see along the way? The best road trip I ever took was every road trip we took when the children were young enough to bring with them books and cassette tapes and …

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Prompt: Write a quick love story. The story must end badly.   He didn't seem special, not at first anyway. He was just another guy at a bar buying a drink for a girl. Maybe it was the twinkle in his eye or the dimples on his cheeks, but I accepted when I usually didn't. …

2.26.18

Prompt:   what do you think is the most important thing for today's kids to learn in school?  Answer :  Napping 101. Churchill, Einstein and Edison napped regularly, and a study by NASA determined that the performance of military pilots and astronauts improved by 34% after a nap.  Similarly, a study by the University of Michigan found that …

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Prompt: Describe one odd item that you have in your purse or wallet right now.   Funny thing: I don't really have either. I have a slot on the back of my phone to hold essentials and a minimalist EZGO wallet that holds extra cards, but there's no room for fluff in those items. Back …

2.24.18

Prompt:  Write about something you wld still buy if it cost twice as muach as it originally cost. Our cat, Sox, lay for three days at the bottom of the front hall coat closet after we brought her home from the veterinarian’s office where her cancerous left-front leg and shoulder had been removed.  The cost …

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Prompt: write about something you frequently forget. That there are billions of people in the world. I know they're there, logically, in the back of my mind, yet I spend most of my life never thinking about them. I forget that I'm part of something bigger, of a prolific and profound species, but I get …