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'.
I seriously think there should be rules to follow when borrowing a book from the library! I know there are rules but there should be more. I will list the ones I think should be added:
1) You should never write or name or any other words, numbers, what have you on a library book.
2) If you are going to eat, put the book behind your lunch not in front of it because nobody wants pieces of lunch or mustard or ketchup on the book, it’s gross.
3) Don’t smoke your cigarette or cigar over the book because your ashes are disgusting to a non-smoker. I realize it’s easy to get caught up in a book but use some common sense other people read these books too and it’s disgusting to have ashes fall out of the book when you open it up.
That about covers my list, I think libraries across the country should institute these policies and enforce them carefully, I realize it takes some time to find these infractions but two of them can be discovered if you hold the book by it’s spine and shake it back and forth, that food or those ashes will just fall right out on the counter!
All in favor of these rules, please acknowledge by writing me back!!