In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “You, the Sandwich.”
The restaurant would definitely name a nice big sandwich after me. It would be in 9-grain honey wheat bread with turkey, roast beef, and salami on it. The cheeses would include: American cheese white, Gouda cheese, and pepper jack cheese. The next would be the vegetables. I would put spinach, cucumbers, pickles, and tomatoes. There would be no sauce because I don’t like them. However, if you want to order a sauce you are getting the Big J-wowza Jr.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Idyllic.”
My community is a community of love and happiness. Everyone is equal and no one has to pay for anything, but you have a a limit on what you can get. We get donations from big businesses and you have the freedom of religion. We have a glass bubble around us but when it rains the top opens so we can get water. You are allowed to leave and that is how we get our money. People go out and work and they give the money to our organization. Everything is fair and equal and everyone is happy. If there is a dispute, we work it out in a civil way.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Coming To a Bookshelf Near You.”
Jane wished it never would have happened. She wished she could go back and take it all away. Brian never should have come to this town. She had her future set for life. She would run her father’s shop and have a family just like her parents. That was until Brian came. A smart boy with goals of being a pro golfer. He wanted to travel the world and she wanted to go with. His envision of the future was so great and he had room for one. Her. Could she leave the shop as it was withering away? Did her family really need her?
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Verbal Ticks.”
I use to use YOLO all the time. If anything bad happened I would say “yolo.” Why? I have no idea I though it fit well. Did it really make sense? No, not really but it was a big deal last year. You Only Live Once was an obvious saying because once you die you really don’t come back to life. I still use this phrase this year, but luckily I don’t use it as much.
I remember the song that was made to make fun of this saying. It was “Yolo” by Adam Levine and The Lonely Island. They were making fun of people and in the song they would say hide from everything because “You otta Look Out.” They were really making fun of people who were scared of everything. So if you want a good laugh, I suggest you listen to this song.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fearful Symmetry.”
Lingering with your significant other
Labeling them yours and only yours
Lucky to have them there with you
Looking deeply into their hearts
Loosing sight of what isn’t there
Lying to yourself to feel better
Lost hope for our society
Little do you know
Lust is what it is
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “The Happy Wanderer.”
Honestly I’m in the middle. I like to have things organized for a trip with things to do and the places booked ahead. I like to know that I can go to a place and be able to get in so I get tickets ahead. On the other hand, I don’t mind if the schedule gets changed because something better comes along I am perfectly alright with it. I wouldn’t freak out and throw a tantrum. I would go with it and enjoy my time. As long as there is a back up.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “The Full Moon.”
I would definitely be lazy and not work at all. The only thing I would do that wasn’t lazy would be that I would actually do all my homework and scholarships with an effort. I would be quiet during school and not so social to everyone. I would put on some make up in the morning and actually try to look presentable for school. I would actually tuck in my shirt during school. Another thing that would be different would be that I act single instead of taken. I would work out everyday like I say I would.