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Weekend Writing Prompt #150 – Continuity

A word prompt to get your creativity flowing this weekend. How you use the prompt is up to you. Write a piece of flash fiction, a poem, a chapter for your novel…anything you like. Or take the challenge below – there are no prizes – it’s not a competition but rather a fun writing exercise. If you want to share what you come up with, please leave a link to it in the comments.

Thank you, Sammi.

Where do I find my continuity?

In each breath that I breathe

In each hour that I rest

In the nourishment that feeds my body, mind, and soul

In living with truth, humour and grace

64 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Prompt #150 – Continuity

        • We should make it to 45 by this afternoon but they are calling for, at times, heavy rainfall.
          And, apparently, we had a 3.2 Richter earthquake in the Townships, felt all the way to Montreal. The funny thing is, I don’t remember feeling it but according to my Fitbiit, I was awake at exactly that time, so…

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          • Would be worse if I actually realised it was happening! Definitely a stay indoors type of day (dammit) but that’s ok. at 1:30, I have a group Skype call with some friends. Looking forward to who shows up.
            And, I still have the equivalent of maybe a 10-lb bag? Plus, Iain found some Typo-00 flower to make pasta and pizza, so he bought four little bags (friggen expensive but hey, his decision, his coin)

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  1. Q,

    I think we can all aspire for a little grace when there is way too little of the stuff to go around these days. The hope of such a thing remains deep seated, its verity summoned in local stops, like good politics.

    Here here to painting this one so beautifully.

    B

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