365: Day 17- Behind the Curtain

The stat connection Go to your Stats page and check your top three-five posts. Why do you think they’ve been successful? Find the connecttion between them, and write about it. Hmm.  The connection.  Well, after a detailed, multi factor analysis that included time and date posted, world events occurring at the time, and all psychological … Continue reading 365: Day 17- Behind the Curtain

365: Day 16- Talk to me

Party animals? After spending time with a group of people, do you feel energized and ready for anything or do you want to hide in the corner with a good book? Depends on the people.  Some people invigorate; some people drain.  The bigger question is how do people feel after leaving a conversation with me? … Continue reading 365: Day 16- Talk to me

365: Day 15- Little baby girl

There's no place like home If you had the opportunity to live a nomadic life, traveling from place to place, would you do it?  Do you need a home base?  What makes a place "home" for you? Well, this is a alarmingly similar prompt to the other nomadic inquest.  No, I don't want to roam … Continue reading 365: Day 15- Little baby girl

365: Day 14- Fly by

Fly on the wall If you could be a “fly on the wall” anywhere and at any time in history, where and when would you choose? The obvious answer is something in Bible times.  I believe as a Christian I am required to refer to some event of this nature.  Well, we'll see about that. … Continue reading 365: Day 14- Fly by

365: Day 13- Throw the Switch

Flip flop Think of a topic or issue about which you’ve switched your opinion. Why the change? Bloody knife.  Eye witness testimony.  History of heated exchanges.  The guilty verdict comes down hard.  The crime is deemed particularly heinous and the man is sentenced to death.  Now, comes the years of waiting and finally the gurney, … Continue reading 365: Day 13- Throw the Switch

365: Day 12- New spot

Stranger in a strange land What’s your favorite part about visiting a new place — the food? The architecture? The people watching? When you visit a new place, you have the opportunity to be a new you.  You are not going to grow six inches, instantly lose thirty pounds, or change your skin color (except … Continue reading 365: Day 12- New spot

365 Day 11- The Dreamhouse

Dream home You win a contest to build your dream home. Draft the plans. I shall dare to dream.  I have thought about these things before, many times.  I have thought about spherical rooms and observatory towers.  I have thought about hot tubs in bedrooms and expansive decks.  I have though about secret passages and … Continue reading 365 Day 11- The Dreamhouse

365: Day 10- Home/Away

Far from home Tell us about the farthest you’ve ever traveled from home. Hmm.  Geographically, I think we are talking about Germany.  Beautiful country.  Clean, vibrant economy (when I was there).  I was there as a kid and a teen with my family on vacation, so I had no responsibilities.  I remember being able to … Continue reading 365: Day 10- Home/Away

365: Day 9- Opuesto

Opposite day If you normally write non-fiction, post a photo. If you normally post images, write fiction. If you normally write fic- tion, write a poem. If you normally write poetry, draw a picture. The prompt is too confusing for me.  I normally write blog posts, duh.  I also write a lot of other things … Continue reading 365: Day 9- Opuesto

365: Day 9- Bio

Your life, the book From a famous writer or celebrity, to a WordPress.com blogger or someone close to you — who would you like to be your biographer? I would have liked Robin Williams to be my biographer.  The response to his death was extremely telling as to the influence of his life.  His comedy … Continue reading 365: Day 9- Bio