So Many Words

9670BE73-11FD-4242-AD7A-860EA68E3836As many of you who read my blog know, I try to incorporate four or five daily prompt words into a post each day. In addition to my Fandango’s One-Word Challenge, there’s the Word of the Day Challenge, the Ragtag Daily Prompt, the Your Daily Word Prompt, and, more recently, the Daily Spur.

Now two other bloggers have upped the ante. Roger Shipp has resurrected his popular Daily Addictions prompt and Nova has brought back her Nova’s Daily Random Word prompt.

So today we are offered seven daily words: productive, pollution, adversity, drive, puzzle, target, and youthful.

Okay, the gauntlet has been thrown and I’m going to pick it up now.


“Our nation is facing a serious crisis. Pollution of the air we breathe and the water we drink is bringing about a potential environmental catastrophe,” the candidate said.

“It is critical that we, as citizens, come together and target the crisis with productive approaches,” she continued. “This is not a puzzle that is unsolvable. We need to apply your youthful exuberance to drive this country toward cleaner air and water and to overcome the adversity that doing nothing will bring about. It’s your futures that are at stake. Thank you.”

The candidate for student council president received a standing ovation from Miss Brown’s first grade class.

13 thoughts on “So Many Words

  1. Marleen July 21, 2019 / 3:18 pm

    I like the twist of a first grade class audience… AND the speech itself.

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  2. bikurgurl July 21, 2019 / 5:17 pm

    I love your weaving all the words and challenges together!!!

    You inspire me to consider carving time into my day to join you on this heroic writing challenge…. but first, coffee ☕️🖤

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  3. newepicauthor July 22, 2019 / 7:34 am

    I would like to try Nova’s Daily Random Word, but it is too difficult to follow her.

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      • newepicauthor July 22, 2019 / 8:34 am

        When I hit the Follow Button, it comes up with a login screen where most other sites just add me as a follower. I don’t want to have to go through all of that email and password nonsense just to follow her.

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  4. leigha66 July 22, 2019 / 12:41 pm

    Starting the politics a little young there… I suppose it will be their world and often they have better ideas at that age than the politicians! Good post!

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