Our blog group has no structure, basically we each are doing whatever we please, encouraged and inspired by comments
from each other. Sometimes we exchange emails or texts regarding the technicalities of WordPress or toss around ideas during morning coffee. For me knowing that there are at least three people likely to read what I post motivates me to write something more polished than if I felt I was the only one likely to look at it.
At our first meet-up we discussed possibly having assignments to get us going but so far that hasn’t seemed necessary. Then Viv told me about Daily Prompts which are prompts for bloggers to get them/us writing about things we wouldn’t otherwise think of, or to get us going when we be stuck.
You can find these prompts at dailypost.wordpress.com if you are interested in checking it out.
So Viv boldly jumped in and chose the Nov. 23 Daily Prompt “Connect the Dots”: Open your nearest book to page 82. Take the third full sentence on the page, and work it into a post somehow.
You can read the post Viv created from this daily prompt on her blog at parisavivi.wordpress.com.
I began this post with the intention of responding to the Daily Prompt as well but found myself writing about the Daily Prompts instead. You never know where the prompts will take you but the intention is to get us writing and that is exactly what they did. Whew.