I have also moved this post to my official site:
I have had a lot of great learning experiences and I have had some absolutely terrible ones. Some of these experiences made certain subjects I love now something I couldn’t stand when I was in school. It wasn’t always the teacher, but it was usually the way they chose to teach the subjects that damaged my interest in learning it further.
You may not believe this… but one of those subjects was creative writing.
To learn more about this experience and how I overcame it click on the picture below:
This week I’m not going to write a short blur using this writing prompt but instead tell you about what inspired me to write this prompt.
About a month ago I started going to the gym and the promotion at the time when you signed up you would get a winter hat with a huge red pompom on the top. It was a nice hat, the only problem was it had the gym’s name across it and so I left it on the kitchen table.
The weekend rolls around and everything is quiet… too quiet for a house that is usually filled with two young cats par-coring off the living room furniture or trying to jump up the walls to get at the picture frames. This led me to looking for my cats, which I soon discovered were eating the strings from the pompom hat on the floor in the bedroom.
Seeing that resulted in my saying the rant above, while tug-of-waring with my two cats for the hat. I put the hat in the winter basket in the closet but still a month later I’m finding red strings around the house.
Life is never boring with pets… I’ll tell you that. XD
You’re welcome to use the prompt or share it with others – all I ask is that you link back to my blog.
About a week ago, I posted on my other site about how I struggled with finding a healthy writing-life balance. I wanted to share my experience with all of you and share the things that have helped me find balance in my writing life. Click the image below to be teleported to my main site to find out more:
“I know you care and that you’re hurting but…” he took her hand, “I know you love me too.”
He held her eyes, hands trembling in hers. She knew he was hoping for her to say those words but they wouldn’t grace her tongue. She loved him, she really did… but she was afraid.
“Being with me will only bring you trouble,” she breathed. Her eyes falling to his hands that tightened at those words. “I’m not a person who can stay in one place…”