Part of WordPress’s writing course Finding Everyday Inspiration.
Today’s writing prompt is a non-prompt in which you are invited to do some of a number of things from which I can’t choose because I’m choosy. One of them was doing an interview, and I briefly considered doing a Q&A with the voices in my head but, again, couldn’t choose which one.
Another idea was to contemplate what you learned about yourself and your writing. I’m always contemplating: suicide, new tattoo, new life, new kitten, new therapist, brain transplant, also, cookies, coffee and crap. I don’t think contemplating does me good but I may be overthinking.
Before you get as depressed as me or worse, hang on because there follows a list of people who are out there. More specifically, fellow bloggers who for reasons unknown joined me in the Everyday Inspiration challenge and are doing a better job of it. I dread to think that I might have inspired them to jumping on the bandwagon. On the brighter side, at least no one jumped under the wagon, right.
Here they are. I might have forgotten someone. Not because I’m mean (though I am, admittedly, mean) but because I’m not an algorithm (though I aspire to it) and hence I might make omissions (I’m currently contemplating whether or not I might be suffering from early senile dementia). Now, for more cheerful, coherent and wholesome reads, go over here:
- Amy of Snapshots, Snippets & Scribbles
- Desley of Frequently Flying Scientist
- Elizabeth of Quiet Spaces
- Julie of Creating & Capturing
- Lucile of Sights and Insights
- Oudeis of Poetry, Politics & Language
Whom did I forget? Come over and shoot me. Or, you know, you can just tell me if you’re not up to doing time for shooting me. Oh. I nearly forgot the happy ending. I even forgot that I forgot to mention that this is the last day of the writing challenge! And after that, they happily blogged ever after.