Wowza, I’ve been away from WordPress about a week. I know, I know, you don’t have to tell me how much you all missed me (wink, wink).
So where have I been? What have I been up to?
Well not to bore you with all the sordid details but I blame work (obvs). Here’s a summary:
Mon 16/04 – Onsite customer meeting (6 hour drive round trip up North to Bury) – 3 hours onsite
Tue 17/04 – Catch up (12 hour work day) – not enough hours in the day
Wed 18/04 – Preparation for customer meeting (10 hour work day) – cry me a river
Thur 19/04 – Onsite customer meeting (6.5 hour drive round trip east to Peterborough) – 3 hours onsite – tired now
Fri 20/04 – Annual Leave (travel to Withernsea 3.5 hour) – start of a few days away – emotional
Sat 21/04 – Hornsea Beach (making memories with the children, hangover included)
Sun 22/04 – Withernsea (again) parents don’t like change
Mon 23/04 – Annual Leave (picked up our new puppy) – everyone say aaaahhh
So that brings us to today and here I am, having missed quite a few challenges and today has been no better. Its been exhausting with work.
Not to dwell. I thought I would have a go at GoDOGgoCAFE’s Tuesday’s challenge:
Today’s prompt: Making Magic
Today’s writing prompt is inspired by Maureen Thorson’s NaPoWriMo site. Write a poem or a piece of prose in which mysterious and magical things occur. It could take the form of a spell, for example, or simply describe an event that can’t be understood literally. Feel free to incorporate crystal balls, fauns, lightning storms, or whatever seems fierce and free and strange.
magnificent white brilliance.
Wingspan of glorious elegance;
carried thunderbolts for Zeus.
Spring water burst forth;
where mythical hoof struck earth.
Living through constellation;
The legend of Pegasus;