Day 8 of Inktober is Star. Let’s add a little mystery to our writing: The astronomer sat open mouthed when he realized the north star was simply…gone.
Inktober Day 7 is exhausted, but I didn’t want to direct low energy writing so turned it around a bit. After a week with the twins, I expected to be completely exhausted. What actually happened was so strange, though. I’ll post any illustrations I get later. Have fun!
Inkober’s Day 6 word is drooling. So have a writing prompt worthy of the day. I’ve never see such a drooling mess until I watched my cousin’s St. Bernard last weekend. I’ll post illustrations when I get them.
Inktober Day 5 I had a hard time creating a prompt for today until I remembered something a young soldier once told me when he was admitted to sick call. A long night in the ER started with, “the chicken was pink in the middle, but we ate it anyway.” Feel free to submit anything...
Today’s word is Spell. I’ve come up with an interesting writing prompt: I’ll always remember her last words, “Come sit with me a spell, child. There’s things you need to know.” And the next illustration by Ruby Drake – are we under her spell, or she under ours?
I’ve decided to add a writing prompt to go along with any illustrations I post: Today’s word is: roasted. I always loved sitting around the campfire, roasting fork in hand, listening to the family stories. It was such a strange thing to learn most families roasted marshmallows. Here’s Ruby Drake’s take on the theme: