I am feeling faint, can’t think, need to eat. All my “I ams” served in a bowl, spiced up in my self-made stew of projects, people and poetry. Alter the ingredients. Instead of a cup of procrastination, I will use a heaping cup of new vision in appreciation of who I am. Drink it up.
prompt from 28 Days of Self-Love by Grace Black
all that is required
oil and water
bake in super hot oven
I am challenging myself to see how long I can go without going to the grocery store. It has been a week. Now that I have my brownies I’m good for maybe another week.
Taking the prompt to write
verb – (of an event or fact) cause or bring about (an action or feeling)
noun – an act of assisting or encouraging
adjective – done without delay
a word that can be all three (and maybe more)
adverb – immediate spontaneous doing
It is time for prompt writing.
He promptly signed the executive order.
origins and history of prompt
Middle English Medieval Latin 1300-1350
promptare – to incite
verb mid 1400s – to bring forth
noun early 1500 – readiness
adjective early 1500 – brought forth
from the Online Etymology Dictionary
Modern Language Association
“prompt”. Online Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper, Historian. 27 Jan. 2017. <Dictionary.com http://www.dictionary.com/browse/prompt>.