This weeks Wednesday challenge: A few of you have said I don't know how to write the word serious, so I'm out to prove you wrong. Ha!
Seriously, I have no clue why Connie C., owner of GWE keeps me on as the Wednesday, WWE editor. Maybe it's because I'm not educated in writing. Maybe she hopes to bring in new and also experienced writers. Heck, some of you have helped me so much, I've been told that my writing was becoming smooth. So,since no one offered a suggestion of a challenge you'd like to see (ooops, if you did, please get on my case), this challenge will be on the topic of serious, seriously. Write about something you seriously care about, feel, want., etc., (in any form you desire).
Ideas: Are you serious about your education? Do you seriously want to win the lottery? Do you have a serious hobby? Do you think I'm going to write something serious? (Stay tuned for the next episode of ...)
This dare (oops, prompt) can be about anything as long as it's about 'serious'.
Keep in mind, this is a monitored group and there are only a couple of rules, which are:
Make sure you put this (WWE, 6/6/12, serious) in your title.
Be sure to tag it with WWE, Gather Writing Essentials, serious. Post to Gather Writing Essential.
I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.
There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If you’re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.
Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what you’re supposed to do and won’t think you’re crazy.
Write in any form you desire about something serious.
And check out these responses from last week's challenge - they are so wonderful that I enjoy reading them more than my own stuff (well that's a given, no brainer sort of thing).:
I Think One of Us Misunderstood, by Len Maxwell
Misunderstood/Misunderstanding, by Amanda S.
If Sylvester the cat lived at my house, by Karen Vaughan
Making a Good Speech Great, by Doug Westberg
Watermelon and Gin, by Ms Lee P.
Fanny FonFurfel, by Stacey (Jesus is coming soon-are you ready? ) U.
Don't tell me it's a Party - Oops, by Rose Hill