#Writer’s Quotes Wednesdays Writing Challenge
Create a #WQWWC Post on Your Blog
- Pick a quote to match the week’s topic.
- Write a response on your blog with a title that suits your post.
- Cut and paste #WQWWC logo if you want to use it.
- Use #WQWWC hashtag to get more views.
- Or past a link in my comment section. I will visit your blog and comment.
- Visit other blogger’s who have participated and leave them an encouraging comment.
Winter Storm warnings Coming Haiku by Marsha Ingrao
Winter will officially start in less than a week on December 21st. Compared to California, it feels like it already has in Prescott, AZ. But so far, Prescott winters are nothing like the blizzard shown above. Do you find the sound relaxing? Let it inspire you. I learned that there are ten to twelve hour videos of nothing but blizzard sound videos.
Are you hopeful that the days will get longer, depressed that they are so short, love the cold, hate the cold? Have you been caught ten hours on a freeway? Do you avoid going out at all costs and love staying home by the fire drinking hot chocolate with marshmallows listening to music or watching Frozen?
Do you love ice skating on a lake or river or sledding, ice fishing, skiing down a slight hill or steep mountain? Have you ever ridden in a sleigh with jingling bells or watched fireworks in the city streets. Would you rather be quilting, knitting, crocheting, singing around a piano, strumming a guitar? Did you have a favorite memory from your childhood or from your children’s childhood?
Find a quote to fit your thoughts and write until your heart’s content.
If you want to participate in #WQWWC, create a pingback to link your post. Not sure how to do that? See how to create pingbacks here.
“Fire and light are traditional symbols of celebrations held on the darkest day of the year. The winter solstice is the day of the year with the fewest hours of daylight, and it marks the start of astronomical winter.”History.com
Just Released: an astronomical news tip. For the first time in 800 years it will appear that the two largest planets in our solar system will almost merge in Earth’s night sky.
“Astronomers are calling it the Great Conjunction of 2020. On December 21 — coincidentally the winter solstice.”Astronomy Magazine
A Hallmark type video you can watch or listen to as you post or read blogs for the next three hours!
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My friends in the Southern Hemisphere, and going to have to go to the archives of their photos and memories because December 21 marks the longest day and beginning of the summer solstice.
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#WQWWC #2 Who Said It?
Last week in #WQWWC I asked you to guess the author of this quote,
An intense anticipation itself transforms possibility into reality; our desires being often but precursors of the things which we are capable of performing.Samuel Smiles
In case you haven’t heard of him, here’s a quick blurb from Wikipedia.
Samuel Smiles was a Scottish author and government reformer. Although he campaigned on a Chartist platform, he concluded that more progress would come from new attitudes than from new laws. His masterpiece, Self-Help, promoted thrift and clai…
- Born: Dec 23, 1812 · Haddington, United Kingdom
- Died: Apr 16, 1904 · London, England
- Buried: Brompton Cemetery
- Education: University of Edinburgh
- Parents: Samuel · Janet Wilson
- Children: William Holmes Smiles (Son)
Thanks for joining in #WQWWC#3 Have a great week.