Prompt for Wednesday Stories 5/3/17
Earth Day was last week. How ’bout we have land and water, farms, birds and animals grace our stories next week?
I have to admit, I have spring fever. Here in Minnesota it was like summer, and now we are back to freezing temps and possible snow overnight! So okay, let us be “wild” then, and I will give you some groovy prompts!
Word limit: 700 (believe it!)
How to write — there are many ways (or combinations) this time:
- A 100 word paragraph for each photo
- A story with all or most of the photos
- A story using some or all of these words — or not: pub; tapestry; soap; basket; gown; bee; thief; morning tea. The latter two would have fit well into my last story!
Interesting, I chose the number of words before I chose the photos; I found the words as my last step.
This prompt is a memorial to my dad, of sorts. He was a farmer originally and became an orchardist and gardener in his later years. No doubt he inspired my love of the earth, trees, nature, and of course – animals and birds. I was just thinking of how the first picture, of the ducklings, reminds me of a class of students – do you agree, o my friend Mr. T? 🙂
Okay, troops. Let’s see what we can do!