Welcome to another week of writing. Usually a story begins at a point or moment of change, but before that happens things appear somewhat normal. You job this week, is to write about a day at the office, either to practice how it is before there is change or afterwards. If you are in the middle of writing a piece or have recently begun a new story, remember, it is important to know what a regular day is for your main character.
You remember, back when you were a child and someone was always calling on you. Asking you to do something, like your homework, or your chores, or some other stuff to keep you out of trouble. Or to prevent you from wasting your time. Well right now, go back to that place and write something.
Maybe it has to do with the fact that I watched Popeye the Sailor (Man) as a child, and as a result I ended up liking spinach and traveling. But either way the sea or the water has always been a place of comfort and serenity for me.
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Have you also been so inclined? Consider this while you make it to today’s prompt because today: you are a sailor.
I’m not sure if it was after reading Tall Tales from the Mekong Delta, but stories with tall tales can be alarming…try it for yourself. Look it up for yourself, find yourself a copy and prepare to be eerily impressed. (And don’t say I didn’t warn you!)
Me, Tarzan. You, Jane. Or maybe it’s the other way around, anyhow today is just one of those days. You are deep in the Amazon Rain Forest and a big, bad, hairy predator is out to get you. What are you going to do?
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