I need volunteers for the following to fill February schedule:
Thursday Grammar for Feb 25th
Friday 3 Quotes for Feb 26th
Monday Etymology for Feb 29th
And also volunteers for Saturday Blogcast for Feb 20 and 27th!
Hello to all the lovely members of Blogger’s World,
In the last couple of days we have had about 3-4 new members who have joined the forum. This post is to officially welcome them to the forum and also to introduce some of the most active members in here.
Clueless Birdie: Say hello to @niyati16 who blogs at her site called, yes you guessed it, Clueless Birdie.
Feelings 161: Say hello to @feelings161 who blogs over at her site aptly called ‘My Feelings – My Freedom’
Surbhi Sachdeva: Last but definitely not the least, say hello to @surbhisachdeva89. Surbhi – please share your blog address in the comments.
For the benefit of the new members:
A full list of the members of this forum can be found on the sidebar on your right under the title “Authors”. At any time feel free to tag one of the admins if you have any questions. Also, please feel free to interact with all the members of this forum.
Little Tom stood quietly beside his daddy and looked on impassively at the proceedings in the hall.
Mommy had made him wear the black tuxedo that Gammy had gifted him on his previous birthday. The last time he had worn it, Gammy had beamed and planted a kiss on his cheek.
Today, Gammy wasn’t talking to anybody. She was sleeping in her wooden box and refused to budge, no matter what people said to her. Grandpa was really upset to the point that he was crying. He kept saying she was behaving this way because they had fought last night.
Submitted for the Weekly Prompt: 100 words story.
100 Words Story by Sharon of On RVing Time!
My Entry for the Prompt for Fridays 100 words Story!
I stare into her watery eyes. She senses my physical life is ending.
The medicine isn’t working. My organs are shutting down.
I’m not hungry, yet she sprinkles fresh chicken on my food.
I’m not thirsty, yet she wets my lips. She loves me. He loves me.
How can I leave them?
They have made a decision. I thank them
He’s holding me. I feel his heartbeat. He understands. She doesn’t.
My eyes are heavy and these shackles are melting away. I leave you, my human family, joyful the fifteen-year bond we nurtured now blossoms forever in our hearts.
This week Friday, it is time again for the 100 Words Story. Everyone is encouraged to participate in the 100 words story. You can post your story directly here on the forum or post in your own blog and pingback/reblog to the forum. Select few will be placed as a sticky/featured post.
Go ahead, put on your creative hats and post your stories for the prompt!
Read the stellar review of Dr. Meg Soricks’s book ‘Run For It’ by Nicola Auckland!
This post is to confirm schedule of weekly features February 2 to February 29.
Please confirm for the dates Feb 4, 11, 18 and 25.
Feb 5th: This week Friday is 100 Words Story. I will post the prompt word separately, everyone interested is encouraged to participate!
For more information: please check Friday Feature Plan
Anyone else willing to do them are welcome, please nominate in advance for next month.
I will share a theme on Saturdays and anyone willing to participate can participate. You can post here or on your blog and ping-back or both.
@drmegsorick Are you posting the blogcast today? Or would you like to do it next week?