PROMPTuesday #100: WOW

I admit it. I’ve given brief pause to retiring PROMPTuesday from my blog. What once used to be a joy and a challenge, has now turned into something “I must do” and that concerns me. But after careful reflection, I decided to be a tough old broad who hangs on until the last breath. You know why? Writing prompts are MEANT to be a challenge and sometimes, just sometimes, they are something “you must do” in order to break through creative barriers.

 

So we’re here to stay.

 

Plus, how could I send something packing that’s made it to 100?

 

For shame, San Diego Momma, for shame.

 

Here’s today’s prompt:

Leave some words of wisdom (WOW) in five words or less. Could be your life motto, your favorite song title you’ve adopted as a mantra, your fondest cautionary tale (e.g. Look both ways!). If you care to expand on your WOW, please post in your blog and leave a link in comments.

 

My WOW?

 

Stay open.

 

Once more — Please post your submission in the comments OR post in your blog and leave a link to your blog in the comments.

 

First time to PROMPTuesday? Read a bit about it here.
Want to see what’s been written in the past? Catch up on the PROMPTuesdays archive here.

 

14 Responses to “PROMPTuesday #100: WOW”

  1. Life’s too short.
    (to let stuff get to you)

  2. Laurie Ann says:

    Wherever you go, there you are.

    (oops, six words)

  3. Make sure you’ve hung up the phone before you rant about the caller.

  4. Mama Mary says:

    “No Day But Today”

    Written by the genius Jonathan Larson for the musical Rent. It also the inscription on my charm bracelet hubs gave me for our wedding 9 years ago tomorrow. xoxox

  5. Mary says:

    haha.. Mine for today is “diaper removal isn’t diaper change”

  6. Natalie says:

    “Never be afraid of saying no”

    (versus saying yes… I hate missing out on opportunities, but lately am enjoying the freedom of no. And my mom, as fantastic as she is always told me to say no on dates if I didn’t want to go. Timesaver)

  7. Exfoliation and communication.

  8. Challenges and failures build strength.

  9. San Diego Momma says:

    These are all made of perfection. I will adopt each and every one as my personal life motto.

  10. Laura Lee says:

    “Creativity is a Symptom of Poverty.”
    – LLJ circa 1994

    and

    “Present Moment; Wonderful Moment.”
    – Thich Nhat Hanh

  11. kate says:

    normally it’s *be true to myself*

    lately it’s *i need to write again*

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