I have been partaking in these daily prompts for many years. They used to be situations which were described in a few short words: invite your favourite book characters to dinner, who are they and what do you talk about. Perhaps you have won a fortune and what do you do with the money. And then someone somewhere ran out of ideas, so they were repeated for a year, probably for the newcomers. This eventually bored the regulars like myself and I know I was at the point of forgetting the whole thing.
Yes, even the local chickens were sympathising, especially as they had been moved to a new place at the farm. Their mobile home is now in an area almost impossible for close-up photos.
We now have to cluck at each other from a distance and photos of the new arrivals have almost become impossible. Yes, when the hens are no longer laying, probably due to their senior years, fresh meat is organised. So is the life of a chicken. We now have younger hens partaking in the egg laying sessions. Of course the rooster is happy, the male species always is when something new, younger and fresh arrives.
I am digressing. The daily prompts are no longer complicated explanations of what to write, but just one word. I must admit this does not bother me so much, I just have a problem sometimes wondering what these words mean or where they are found. Partake is no problem, but inchoate or mnemonic? Yes well some of us are still trying to work that one out. However we must be thankful, we are being educated and are continuously learning something new. As you can see, I am still partaking.
And the chickens?
We now look at each other from a distance. They are waiting for the daily visit from the rooster, and I am waiting for their house to be moved to a place where I can again take photos.
Every day I look forward to the new daily prompt word, hoping for inspiration and enjoyment in partaking in the ritual and laying my daily egg/blog.