White- Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge



The most beautiful white- my wife on our wedding day…


A dream in white- to fly!


Beautiful ‘Busa in white…


Marilyn in white, at Madam Tussaud’s

1908 Grand Prix Mercedes

1908 Mercedes Grand Prix car



To prompt or not to prompt, that is the question…

Daily Prompt: A Little Sneaky

by michelle w. on August 30, 2013

Are writing prompts a useful exercise, or do you find them to be too limiting and/or hokey?

Photographers, artists, poets: show us SNEAKY.


It has been known that I sometimes do the Daily Prompt.  Are they too limiting? Of course not, it is just a Prompt, it is not like the final Maths exam at school where you do need to give exactly the right answer, in exactly the right formula.  No, a Prompt by definition means a spark of an idea is provided, and then you nurture it and blow a bit of your own creativity into it, till a roaring bonfire of inspiration draws your happy readers near, to bask in your light…

Take this Daily Prompt of today for an example. I am suffering from extreme writers block. I have no idea whatsoever to post. And by just having a little jumpstart, I have written a lot of words previously hidden in the darkness of my mind.

Do you know it is an occupational hazard with pastors? The fear of having nothing to say… I have this recurring nightmare. I am all alone on the beach, and then Marilyn Monroe… oops, no not that one…

I have this recurring dream that I am standing on the pulpit of our church, it is time to start the Sunday service, and there is no one in the pews… Not a single person has pitched up to hear my beautifully prepared sermon…  That dream happens a lot. I am so glad it does not happen in real life, there are  usually around 400 people suffering in patience through my sermons…

So, where were we? Oh yes- Prompts… when you have nothing to say, don’t keep saying it for 30 minutes…

Sneaky- Image