Weekly Roundup: September 14 – September 20

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Sharks, limericks, goats…what more could you ask from an assortment of reading material? Check out these prompt responses; it has been an interesting week.

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Now for this week’s entries:
Author: Cameron
Challenger: Wendryn
Prompt: One of life’s best coping mechanisms is to know the difference between an inconvenience and a problem. – Robert Fulghum
Response: Chapter Six

Author: Cheney
Challenger: Cameron
Prompt: Some are mathematicians, some are carpenters’ wives. (from Bob Dylan’s “Tangled Up in Blue,” no need to use the quote, just be inspired by it)
Response: Something About Him

Author: Jester Queen
Challenger: Cheney
Prompt: Tell the story of a shark attack.
Response: http://jesterqueen.com/2012/09/19/great-white/

Author: Andrea
Challenger: Diane
Prompt: Write a limerick about how your day.
Response: Life with Three Boys: A Limerick

Author: Carrie
Challenger: Grace O’Malley
Prompt: Warp and weft.
Response: Family

Author: kgwaite
Challenger: Carrie
Prompt: You stumble across this little critter (https://plus.google.com/106223965383290201748/posts/VdrMbiRqNVr ) and he has an important message for you. What is it?
Response: The Last Tweet Ever

Author: Michael
Challenger: kgwaite
Prompt: The road construction was making it impossible to leave the city.
Response: Over and Over

Author: SAM
Challenger: Michael
Prompt: “The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good.” – Samuel Johnson
Response: In Time: Untimely Demise

Author: Eric Storch
Challenger: SAM
Prompt: Pitter patter, / Lightning spree / People of the mist / I summon thee!
Response: Out of the Frying Pan …

Author: Tara Roberts
Challenger: Eric Storch
Prompt: Memento Mori
Response: Memento Mori

Author: Wendryn
Challenger: Tara Roberts
Prompt: “I have a simple philosophy. Fill what’s empty. Empty what’s full. And scratch where it itches.” – Alice Roosevelt Longworth (You don’t have to use the actual quote.)
Response: What is necessary

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