Today’s Writing Prompt: Write about the arts
I few years ago I took a class titled Writing About the Arts. I loved this class because it was taught by one of my favorite professors. In addition to writing about the arts, we attended concerts, visited museums, and plays. It was a wonder class and I learned a lot about how to paint a picture with words.
For this week’s prompt, write about a piece of artwork, a concert, or a performance.
I love words. I love obscure, barely-used words. I love using them in random situations. Have you ever heard a word that you have been dying to use, but you never find the opportunity to use it? Now is your chance. Write something based on that word. Let it spark your creativity or explain why you love it.
Today is my 50th Write on Wednesday! To celebrate this milestone, this prompt is dedicated to my 9th grade English teacher, Georgia Butler. For many years after graduating from high school and graduating from college with a degree in English, I search for all of my English teachers specifically to tell them how much they inspired me to pursue writing. Ms. Butler left my high school to take a position as a principal in a neighboring town shortly after my 9th grade year. I lost touch with her and was unable to find her. About two weeks ago, I ran into her at the grocery store! She could not believe I recognized her. It has been 30 years since the last time I saw her but, I recognized her immediately. I couldn’t wait to tell her what I was doing and that writing and education is still a huge part of my life and that I now work in higher education.
I have always valued education in all forms but, I have a tremendous amount of respect for those who teach our young children. As with my first Write on Wednesday post I honor a teacher who left a lasting impression on me, but there is also a prompt in line with the them of this post.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write a Lesson Plan
Teaching takes time, planning, dedication, and effort. It is not a small feat to create a lesson plan. Pick any subject you like. Take into account learning styles, audience, and objectives. This is a great writing exercise to practice something different. It will work every area of your brain.
I think this prompt is fitting given the current and constant concerns with the sitting POTUS.
Today’s writing prompt: If I were President…
What would you do differently? What would you accomplish during your first 100 days in office? Who would be your Vice President? Who would you choose for your cabinet and why? Will you be well liked? Have fun with it!
Today’s Writing Prompt: Let me tell you something!
Have you ever had an argument, but long after the argument ends you think of all the things you could have said. Write about it. Tell that person what your really meant.
Today’s Writing Prompt: On this day…
Today is a very special day for me. Over 40 years ago, my best friend was born. She is an amazing, beautiful, and successful woman and I am so glad that she is a part of my life.
For today’s writing prompt, pick a day that is special for you and find out what other things happened on that day in history. Use this to inspire your writing. I have listed a few links below to help get you started.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Convince someone to join your team.
I have very few friends who love to read and I am constantly trying to convince them of the importance of being a voracious reader. I find it hard to understand why some of my just do not love to read. My friends also try to convince me the do some of the things they enjoy. I have one friend who loves camping, not in a camper, but outside on the ground in a tent. I love nature and being outdoors, but there is something about going to sleep in the woods with only a thin piece of fabric separating me from any other thing that is out in the woods does not appeal to me. She is constantly telling me that it is so wonderful, but I am not convinced.
For this writing prompt, write a convincing argument on why someone should try something you enjoy.