Waiting for a new word prompt from Brenda? I guess so. Here is the link:
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-45
You will find amazing quotes too to give you deep insights and also interesting highlights of fellow writers' pieces based on the previous prompt, "Patience."
Great article Brenda!
I love Snowfalls and snowflakes. An appropriate word prompt for this time of the year, and would be interesting to read the creative pieces by the talented writers.
I agree with John, that there are many takeaways from your well written article.
I liked reading the responses to the previous prompt.
Thank you for sharing.
Thanks to Rosina, for sharing Brenda's wonderful article.
I'm flattered you enjoy more than just the word prompt in my article.
This time of year usually means cold & bitter weather like snow falling, but this year we've been lucky.
Today however, we've entered a cold snap. (16° F = -8 C)
I'm sitting here beneath the covers not wanting to get my day started.
Thank you so much for your interesting introduction to this week's word prompt article.
Have a terrific day.
Thank you for sharing, Rosina.
This is a very interesting article, Brenda. They are all far more than just offering us a word prompt. "Snowflake" will be a good test for my creativity, having never actually experienced one. Looking forward to it though.
Thank you for your kind words regarding this word prompt series.
To me, it's about putting another word prompt out there, but I'm glad you think it's so much more.
That makes it worth the effort.
Too bad I can't send you a box full of snow.
They are forecasting snow this Thursday, but who knows...it might miss us again. We've been very lucky.
I can't wait to see what your imagination writes this week.
I'm delighted these word prompts help you out.
Have a great day.
Interesting word prompt this week too Brenda. Looking forward to reading everyone's responses. Since I haven't experienced one too, I will have to see what my muse comes up with. Thanks Rosina for sharing the article. Gave a great day.
It's hard for me to imagine people not experiencing snowflakes or seeing how beautiful they are when they first begin falling through the sky since I've always seen them.
This word prompt is definitely going to challenge a few muses.
Have a great day.
While I do not see snow now, I did grow up with a lot of snow that has given me many memories. I think this word is another interesting choice, Brenda.
I did enjoy reading all the responses to the word patience. There were many good responses. Thank you for your work with the prompts.
Thank you for posting this article, Rosina.
The responses for patience were all good. It was hard to choose which ones to highlight, but that's a sign that we have great writers here on Hubpages.
We're bracing for a few cold nights here. They are forecasting snow tomorrow.
Today the wind is gusty & it's only in the 30's.
Temperature to drop into teens tonight.
Winter must finally be here.
One of these days...maybe I can live somewhere warm all year.
But then I problem would miss the cooler weather...like hot chocolate days by the fire.
Have a great day.
The beauty of snowflakes, especially when it is newly fallen, is something to treasure. I grew up in Wisconsin and enjoyed it when I was a child. Living in the south we rarely get to see any. Thanks for sharing Brenda's word challenge, Rosina. There should be some great articles coming from the word snowflakes.
Snowflakes are quite beautiful when they are falling. They seem to sparkle.
Sorry you don't get to see them much anymore, but I'm sure you don't mind Not Having to Shovel Snow or dig your car out.
This week's should be interesting.
Rosina, thank you so much for sharing the link to Brenda's word prompt article
I love snowflakes so I love the word prompt too.. thank you so much for your constant contribution, Bredz. Take care and stay well .
Blessings and Love to you and Rosina
Take time to read John Hansen's work on Snowflake.
You won't be disappointed.
https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Chi … -Inspector
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ost4222057
Pamela Oglesby has written an article on Snowflake.
https://hubpages.com/literature/My-Memo … -Snowflake
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ost4222116
Great article to introduce the 45th word prompt, Brenda. "Snowflake" is a good one, especially now. When you posted this word prompt challenge, we were just digging out of the first major storm on the East Coast. I believe it was the next day when thousands of people were stuck on I-95 for 24+ hours. It was something. So I guess I should have enough content to put in a poem. Let's see what I can do. Thanks for the prompt.
That sounds great. Let me know when you have your words put together.
I heard about the traffic jam & everyone being stuck due to the weather....that's the part of snowflakes I don't like.
They are pretty to watch falling.. if you don't have to be part of the battle.
Take care. Talk to you soon.
I understand that self-promotion is bad. However, someone once told me It's okay to break the rules and live in the moment.
https://skyaboveus.com/winter-sports/5- … E-HEARD-OF
Gotcha covered...posted forum
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … y-not-know
Take time to read Vidya D Sagar's work on Snowflake.
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … pt-Week-45
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ost4222348
Take time to read Chitrangada Sharan's writing on Snowflake.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Snowfla … auty-Haiku
For discussion: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … auty-haiku
For discussion on my response
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … da-arledge
Read everyone's work on Snowflake & let me know if I've missed anyone's writing.
I have always thought I am a patient person.
But some things are testing that theory.
Snowflakes are in the forecast.
Hey Alyssa...we best get ready.
Please take some time to read this beautiful poem by Janis :
https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Mag … lakes-Poem
Here's the link to forum post:
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … lie-evans-
Thank you so much
Take time to read Umesh Chandra Bhatt's work on Snowflakes.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Snowfla … -Challenge
For discussion: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … -silently-
Take time to read Alyssa's piece on Snowflake.
For discussion: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … nowflakes-
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