I am combining my writing prompts this week, because they go together so well. The Five Minute Friday prompt is the word STEADY. The first thing that came to mind was the thought that slow and steady wins the race, from the story about the tortoise and the hare. That's good advice, but sometimes we need more than ourselves… Continue reading Steady and Sure with God as My Guide
Nothing like writing a Five Minute Friday post on Monday! It has been over two weeks since I wrote a blog post, and I'm ready to jump back in. Our days have been busy, but I need to make time to write. The prompt for this week is the word future. It reminds me… Continue reading Future: Plan For It or Let Whatever Be, Be?
Leap & Throb are the words for Ronovan Writes weekly haiku challenge. The first thought I had is how our hearts leap and throb within us when we are excited or nervous. You may even see children running and leaping when they are dismissed for summer vacation. A bride just before her wedding, a new… Continue reading Leap & Throb: Two Very Different Haiku Poems
It has been awhile since I worked with the online Magnetic Poetry Kit. I became inspired when I read Kat Myrman's poem today. You might want to check out her blog as she writes a variety of poetry and more. Waiting for Dawn Brown bough wet with rain Wind rustles through the forest… Continue reading Waiting for the Dawn: A Magnetic Poetry Creation
This week's haiku challenge from Ronovan Writes are the words Behold & See. It seems to me these words could be used in so many ways. First up is the honeysuckle. These blossoms are fragrant and actually tasty. My daughter would pull them apart and enjoy the nectar. The vines grow wild along the fence and climb… Continue reading Behold and See Beautiful Flowers Described in Haiku
Sing is the prompt for Five Minute Friday this week. I remembered singing this chorus in my church when I was a teen. I don't know who wrote it, but it was on the back of our small chorus book. Sing when the day is bright Sing thro' the darkest night Every day, all the way Let us… Continue reading Singing Transcends Cultures and Peoples and Time