Original Prompt: Can You Live Without Cable TV?

I’m not sure if this was common during the 1960s to the 1990s but has anyone had a “TV Free Week” in Elementary School? I want today’s prompt to be just that but on a grand scale. Television is a major part of our lives. Most Americans have a Cable TV package, some have a digital streaming package. I want you to write at least 2-3 paragraphs on if you have a Cable TV package and can you live without it, if you decide to cancel it tomorrow. There’s no word limit for this.

Good Afternoon

Hello followers. I want to announce that tomorrow I will be returning to school. There’s a chance that I won’t update anything until the evening hours or on Friday. I hope you won’t miss me too much. 😉 With the  joking aside, I have a few prompts today. I will also reblog and post a few articles I will be looking into. The ‘trends’ article that I’m working on I will provide a link via Google Docs once it’s completed. The reason why I want to this is that I want feedback on this from each of you. I also want to add this to my portfolio. I would post it on here, but I would like a separate place to have for my professional work.

That’s all for now. I will have one prompt posted in a moment. I want you all to have a great day! 🙂

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Embrace the Ick.”

Insects. There’s something about these arthropods that makes me itch. I can’t say if it’s their appearance is what makes my skin crawl, but I don’t like the sight of insects. I’ve always dislike insects since childhood. They would invade my home and I would crush them without hesitation (depending on the size of the insect). Nowadays as an adult I don’t have much fear for insects, but I become annoyed seeing them crawl around. What triggers this annoyance is having them crawl on wall or floors and believe they’re messy. I now clean up their remains after crushing them because it’s distracting.

The ick factor for insect won’t go away. It won’t matter how old I get. Insects are unpleasant to look at and I’m proud to embrace this ick.

<a href="https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/embrace-the-ick/">Embrace the Ick</a>

Prompt and annoucement

Good afternoon followers. I hope that those who live in the Northeast are alright today. The blizzard will end, or is ending at the moment, later on today. For those who missed yesterday’s prompt. You still have a chance to answer it. Just a reminder for my new followers, if you’re interested in answering old prompts from months ago, you can do it. There’s no time limit or due date to do these prompts. The prompts are here for you to practice your writing. Today’s prompt will focus on an aftermath of a snow storm. There will be no photography prompt today.

I will do a ‘write what happens next prompt’ today. It’s a good time to start adding new content for this blog. So like always, I hope you all have a great day and there will be more content and posts throughout the day. Stay safe everyone. 🙂

Picture Prompt: Snow Storm

Good evening followers. Apologies for posting this picture prompt late. I had trouble finding a photograph for today’s prompt, but fear not, I finally found one. After asking for permission to use his photograph and since today and tomorrow will be the perfect time to have prompt geared towards the title. Today’s photograph prompt is a picture of Mr. James Maher. He named his photograph, “Poet’s Walk During Snowstorm”

https://i1.wp.com/www.jamesmaherphotography.com/images/0000/5034/poets_walk_at_night_snowstorm.jpg

I want to write a poem, prose, short story or narrative by looking at this photo. The word length for this prompt is 500-1000 words. If you can make it less than 500-1000 words, go right ahead, I would be interested in seeing it.

I will be linking James Maher’s link to this photograph and website since I asked him to use this photo in exchange.

http://www.jamesmaherphotography.com/photoblog_view_post/1131-poet-s-walk-during-snowstorm

http://www.jamesmaherphotography.com/

He also does photo services too. So if you like or need a photographer, here’s the link.

Have a good evening and stay safe tonight and tomorrow folks. More content later. 🙂

Today’s Original Prompt: “The Malevolent Snow Storm”

Okay. Since we (those who live in the Northeast) have snow storm brewing, I want today’s prompt to be something in regards to it. I want you to write a fictional short story prompt about the upcoming snow storm or imagining there’s a large blizzard now. The task and goal, write about a situation that’s occurring during the snow storm. For example, write about you being stuck in traffic, at an airport, or supermarket, what you’re doing, how you plan to get home, or anything that has danger involved.

You can write this prompt in the form of a Horror, Suspense, Thriller, or Romance genre short story if you want. The word limit for this is 2,000 words or less. A photographic prompt will be posted soon.

Enjoy, have fun, like and reblog this. Share your story on your blog, tag my site once your finished or post your story in the comments below!

You’ll want one of these toys for your next terrifying blizzard experience

Here’s more.

BGR

The Northeast is preparing to be hit by what may become one of the worst blizzards in the history of the region, with warnings already issued for New England, New York and New Jersey. Heavy snow is expected and dealing with all that snow may become a daunting task in the following days. However, instead of shoveling snow some people are actually thinking of a better way of clearing driveways that involves robots.

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Everything you’ll need to get you through 2015’s first massive blizzard

Something to read for today and tomorrow.

BGR

If you live in the northeast region of the United States, you’re probably beginning to see the first snowfall of what could be an unprecedented blizzard. But don’t panic! In this article, we’re going to help you make it through this storm alive, without losing your mind in the process.

Below, we’ve collected some of the gadgets you’ll absolutely want to have on hand before the blizzard sweeps in on Monday night, as well as a few precautions worth taking in case the power goes out.

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