Hello Brenda! Another week and another interesting word Prompt. Breakfast sounds interesting indeed. Thank you for mentioning and sharing the link to my article. Much appreciated. I loved reading through your analysis, for everyone’s response. Yes, your article neither appeared on my feed, nor did I get an email notification for it. So, thank you Misbah for sharing this in the forum. Best wishes to both of you for the holiday season.
Thank you for posting this Misbah. The subject of breakfast is a great one. After time spent writing first thing in the day, followed by exercise, breakfast is a welcome feast. Happy Christmas to everyone.
Another interesting word prompt this week Brenda. And John has already come up with an exemplary article and poems. Hope my muse comes up with something good too. Looking forward to reading all the beautiful response. Thanks Misbah for sharing.
Thank you, Brenda for another lovely word prompt, "Breakfast." I checked again and again your last night but it wasn't on the feed. I thought you hadn't published it yet. Anyways, here I am commenting on the prompt. I would love to read what other article writers come up with this prompt. Should be intriguing. All the best and Merry Christmas to both of you, Misbah and Brenda.
This didn’t appear on my feed either, so thank you for sharing this, Misbah. HubPages was down for maintenance for about 45 minutes earlier so maybe that had something to do with it. Another interesting article, Brenda. I keep saying I can never guess what the next word prompt will be. This time I was almost sure it would be Christmas, but you tricked me once again. Not in a million years would I have predicted “breakfast.” It is probably my favourite meal of the day, so let’s see what I can come up with. Happy Christmas to you all.
This appeared in my email notification a few days ago? But when I opened it the site shows 404 error. Breakfasts used to be the meal I always look forward too as the table is always full with my favorite snacks, now it has been so gloomy and lonely. Will try to respond to this soon. Blessed holidays to everyone for not everyone can have a happy and merry ones. A huge part of the population in my country was greatly affected by strong typhoon losing homes, water, electricity and lack of necessities. Praying for everyone's safety and healthy well -being this coming holidays. Some families have lost a member too this year. Surely breakfasts without them won't be the same as how it was supposed to be.
What a wonderful response, Gianella. Yes, I agree that our approach to breakfast often changes depending on our situation. There is much food for thought here..excuse the pun. Your Pinoy breakfasts sound good.
Brenda has written some deep musings here, which are pretty thought-provoking. Also, she shares an exciting word prompt, "Purpose," which can be interpreted and dissected in diverse ways. Thanks, Brenda, for giving another stimulation for the "little grey cells," as Hercule...
A wonderful presentation of your word prompt article for week 60, Brenda. I loved it. My heart goes out to all the people who were affected or lost their lives due to bad snow storms or other severe weather conditions. Hope everyone including you will take the precautions to stay safe and sound....
Here is Brenda’s eagerly awaited Word Prompt for the week: Happy.https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-54What a great word, especially in response to Misbah’s recent forum post. I also loved the videos included with the article, Brenda…great inspiration and tips for the writer.
It's a new week again, and Brenda is ready with her new word prompt: "Writing". I think this prompt will resonate with many, and I look forward to the responses.Here is the link to her article:https://hubpages.com/literature/Word-Pr … ty-Week-42
Brenda has shared a very interesting word prompt for this week, "Nothing."I am sure, as the earlier ones, this word would also stimulate the creativity of our hubbers and result in some incredible creations. Thanks for sharing, Brenda.https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur …...
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