Question Roulette

Question Roulette-The New Bridget Jones?

Three years ago i bought a book in Tampa which is meant to be a great for creative like minds and for the past three years I have made it my New Years Resolution to complete it. The book is called 642 Things To Write About by The San Francisco Writers Grotto. I never got round to writing many of them so what’s a better way then getting through them then writing a few as an article each week! Enjoy!
157. Start a story with “this is what she wants most in the world. “

This is what she wants most in the world she had waited so long to walk through the doors of the company that has always been what she wanted. With her briefcase in one hand and a strong confident metaphorically in the other, she was ready to take on the world.

158. After the above prompt, try this:  “she is lying. This is what she wants most of the world. “

She is lying. This is what she wants most in the world-lots of money to be able to travel the world.

159. What story you haven’t yet read. Read the first two thirds. Then pick up the story where it leads off, and write it end.

(I decided to continue Bridget Jones baby as I read it in 2 hours – felt short)

28th June

Weight- no idea, doesn’t matter anymore, babies – 1, husband – 1

In constant elation, life is brilliant, apart from nappy changing accident this morning. Poo everywhere, Mark came in to find out what was happening to see his two favourite people and there we were, baby crying on table and me on floor crying with a nappy on my head full of faecies.

Mark didn’t batter an eyelid just gave me one of those silly Bridget smiles and got to making everything right…that was until Billy decided it was time for a wee. We resolved it and ended up sitting on the floor laughing. Mark even kissed me even though I had poo driving onto my eyebrow.

Today was the christening, we decided to make Daniel the godfather,he turned up, tried not to cry (I know!!!) and then used it as a mechanism to pick up one of my friends from work. Some things never change.

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