Writing Challenge: July 11, 2018 Prompt: In 6 words or less, write about learning the hard way. Well, that didn’t go well. Now I know for next time. I saw. I tried. I failed. I didn’t learn from their mistakes. They warned me. I ignored them. Could be better, could be worse.
Writing Challenge: March 17, 2018 Prompt: Write 5 things you'd like to say to your ex *I changed this to things I'd like to say to my five ex's* J- Thank you for being my first love. We were young and stupid, and had no idea what we were doing, but thanks for being my … Continue reading Five Ex’s
Writing Challenge: March 10, 2018 Prompt: write something inspired by the line: "this love was never meant to last. I know that now." They say your first love is sweetest. I don’t know about that, but I do know that your first love isn’t meant to last; at least mine wasn’t. Like so … Continue reading Meant to Last
Writing Challenge: Feb 21, 2018 Prompt: how important do you think education is? My Grandpa has a saying: “The root of all evil isn’t money; it’s intolerance”. I am inclined to believe him, for it is intolerance that breeds fear, apathy, and hatred, but I take Grandpa’s philosophy further. The root of all evil is … Continue reading Education
Writing Challenge: Nov 7, 2017 Prompt: Write about doing something effortlessly I don’t remember struggling when I was learning how to read. In fact, I don’t remember learning at all. It’s as if it’s something I’ve always known how to do- something I absorbed through osmosis. I don’t remember having to employ any reading strategies … Continue reading Learning to Read
Writing Challenge: Oct 12, 2017 Prompt: Write about a time you've had to repeat yourself or felt like no one was listening. “Your Midterm research paper should be 5 pages, double-spaced, in MLA style format. It should include 2 sources, and is due on the 15th of October.” “When is this due?” Asks Celeste. “The … Continue reading 3 Times