Weekly Writing Challenge: Collecting Detail

My normal weekday starts with the buzzzzz from my alarm clock.  Got out of bed, grabbed my reading glasses from my side drawer and my apple notebook, headed into my ladies room, sat on my reserved seat.  Logged into littlegirlstory and then my reader on WordPress.  Sometimes I may publish a photo or a quick submission on ‘Daily Prompt’ and in doing this, I normally only arrived my office on the dot !

That’s my “glimmers of a beginning”, three original details in one paragraph.

Everything happened so quick and swift !  So routine. Hate it, love it, abide with it.

1.  Wake up by the annoying sound of an alarm clock.

2.  Doing my business in the loo while reading or even writing a post on WordPress.

3.  Rushed to work and arrived only on the dot !

Blogging is the new Clock

My day starts with the sound of an alarm clock.  Spent an hour sitting on my reserved seat, not pushing but thinking outside the box.  Rushed to work to arrive only on the dot !

This article is written in response to THIS WEEK’S CHALLENGE to recap, here’s what to do for the challenge. As always, feel free to adapt the challenge as you see fit. The object is to get you writing: Pick three original details from encounters during your day or your week that you’ve observed. Once you’ve collected your details, your “glimmers of a beginning,” write at least one paragraph containing your original details.

via Weekly Writing Challenge: Collecting Detail.

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