I know, and I am super guilty. This series was started with such excitement and voila! Here, it turns to a backlog. If you ask me for reasons (College admissions, allotments, tired, cousin’s marriage etc etc) there are going to be plenty but that’s not going to help in anyway, is it?
Hold on, I just gave you the reasons.
I’ll try to complete five days for today, and the rest tomorrow. Cause this is enough flooding for one day, really.
Like always you are all welcome to participate along with me. But this time, things will be a little different! How? You’ll see 😏
How can you participate?
- Copy the URL of the post that has the word prompt.
- In the post that you are writing highlight the text you want linked to the post, click on Insert/Edit Link button, paste the post URL and then click INSERT.
- Finish your post.
- Nominate two others whom you want to participate in the challenge.
- Upload the picture of the prompts in your post
- Click publish!
This above method would create an instant pingback and will let me know about your post.
And the nominations will make sure that the challenge reaches far and wide ✨💫!
What categories can the prompts be used for?
Anything if you ask me. Descriptions of a photo you took, a short story, idea about something you just painted, something poetic, and everything and anything as long as you make use of the prompt, it’s accepted 👍
So let’s get started!
The only thing that ever came to my mind.
The ones marked in red, they are terracotta in minecraft.
I used them here. (That’s the interior of one of the two houses I built)
The two houses!
And now for the best part!
A haunted mansion and the tower of lava!!!
The main purpose of this prompt was to have you wondering how I got the game for free when it’s cost in play store is around 500 Indian Rupees.
(wink emoji) Keep thinking!
I had one. Long back. My dad used to teach me using that. The markers would run out of ink and that’s when the problem would start.
We had to go out. Find a shop where they sell marker refills. Buy it. Come back home. And start again. Ah! The trouble.
But when the markers were full, we were never disturbed. Never interrupted.
I don’t intend to bring in any cheesy, motivational quote here and ruin the rest of the week for you.
Just a reminder to keep your markers full.
(Drags herself to the exit, from where she dies by smirking too much, while the rest of the readers shoot themselves. The End)
I wanted to flood you with a lot of screenshots from Myntra, of traditional dresses, but refrained from it, cause I already killed you (figurative) guys once.
Also, I do not want to start some super serious discussion of how the modern era is engulfing the traditional times and whether or not we need to be happy with it. Cause, that’s too boring and nobody’s interest. What will increase everyone’s curiosity however, is some of the most yummy traditional Karnataka foods!
And here, they come!
The first one is Rasam, the next is Masala Dosa and the last one Mysore Pak!
Google to know the rest!
(If that was rude, the next time you visit Bangalore, I’ll take you guys to all the best food places here. You’re welcome)
Time for some awesome photos!!
Buckle up everyone. Time for some poetry.
Until the End.
And there it goes
The geeks call it the meteorite
while the seers ask us to wish upon it.
Not one wondering why it falls
Why it suddenly turns to the black background
of the seemingly endless night.
It just falls,,
and nobody knows
whether the one to return was the same or not.
It just falls
But that’s never the message.
Never has been.
And yet we groan
with high pitched words
when pulled down to the dark depths,
Forgetting that we are the shining star
the falling light
that’s momentarily held down
by the ever existing gravity.
And unlike what the geeks believe,
we never disappear
into the non-existent
yet intimidating atmosphere.
I use Android. Not iphone.
LOL. This one was the easiest.
That’s it for now!