A letter to the daily prompter on grainy

Well, dang. I suppose I could discuss the numerous photos I have taken that ended up looking like sand had been poured over the camera lens…or possibly the numerous baking “fails” in my quest for a perfect cheesecake.  Except I have nothing further to say about either that hasn’t just been said.

Giving prompts such as “grainy”  really isn’t all that helpful.  Is there no way, Mr. Daily Prompter, that you could come up with a sentence?  You used to give sentences, you know.  As late as last year you gave lovely short phrases. Now, a single word is thrown to the masses like grains of rice thrown at a wedding and we are to create something.

Is there no way, Mr. Daily Prompter, that you could come up with a sentence?  You used to give sentences, you know.  As late as last year you gave lovely short phrases. Now, a single word is thrown to the masses like grains of rice thrown at a wedding and we are to create something.

It takes more than a word to create you know.

I think you are probably thinking “these are writers. They will write the rest”.

My response?  No, SOME of this crowd daily checking your prompts are writers. The rest of us just want to be.  Some of us are simply old ladies looking for some sort of creative outlet.

Some of us are simply old ladies looking for some sort of creative outlet….and not really finding it.

 

 

7 thoughts on “A letter to the daily prompter on grainy

  1. Some of us liked ladies?

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    1. no, you are a writer. a lady writer…but still.

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  2. Idk where that came from. My electronics have been acting up, maybe it’s the wifi? My phone is nuts too. I wrote “some of us old ladies”…….not that there’s anything wrong with that! We use that saying in our diverse family a lot

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  3. And I’m not a writer.

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    1. oh baloney. You are more of one than I will ever be.

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  4. Grainy simply makes me long for the beach, feeling the sand between my toes and laughing when I accidentally get it where the sun don’t shine, lol. Very soon I’ll be there, Galveston and I get to meet The Oily Guru herself…I can’t wait!!

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