March 1st marks the first day celebrating Women’s History Month. What better topic to consider than Citizenship when we learn about women in history. Congress started authorizing Women’s History Month in 1987. “Since 1995, each president has issued annual proclamations designating the month of March as “Women’s History Month.” Women’s History.Org. It took some civic … Continue reading “Writer’s Quotes Wednesdays Writing Challenge #14: Citizenship”
#WQWWC #2 Anticipation This week I’ve chosen the word anticipation primarily because of all the activities that surround the holidays, at least in normal years. Anticipation can be defined as expectation of something good, dread or fear of the future, hope, waiting, or suspense. Centuries of anticipation surround the Christmas story. If you are telling … Continue reading “#Writer’s Quotes Wednesday Writing Challenge #2 Anticipation”
Welcome to Writer’s Quotes Wednesdays! Welcome to the home page of Writer’s Quotes Wednesday Writer’s Challenge (WQWWC), first started by Colleen and Ronovan. How It Works Each week there will be a specific theme like freedom, chance, change, happiness, adventure, miracle, and unity – some of the many examples of topics from the past. This … Continue reading “Writer’s Quotes Wednesday Writing Challenge”
What can you do with a one-word-prompt? Esther Chilton has two great suggestions – a limerick or a five-word story.
In essence there is a 97.3% probability that any one of us could have three months or three minutes more to live with or without a gigantic asteroid, meteor, renegade planet, or star residue knocking at our door. If I think I only have that much time left to live, do I bother to plan … Continue reading “Writing Challenge: New Year’s Resolutions (Doompocalypse Redux)”