Hi again, Sophy. I'm just making a mad dash around Wonderland, capturing notebooks as I go. It's almost time for me to end this visit now that I'm 'one step closer to the White/Red/Queen/King' but Wonderland is a place I visit quite often so I'll be back here again soon.
I'm just stopping by your notebook on my way through Wonderland. I've eaten my fill of cake and drank more tea than I ever thought possible. I've grown big, shrunk down, followed a rabbit, met a hare. Now, I don't really know which way is up
What I do know is I have to say this: one step closer to White/Red Queen/King.
Birthday week is over - but you can still win the daily 10,000 GPs prize from "The Writer's Cramp" for writing the best story or poem and posting it by the Feb. 2 deadline.
"WINNER AND NEW PROMPT - DUE MON, FEB 3" NEW PROMPT DUE
Feb. 2 is Groundhog Day - tradition says if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow tomorrow, we are in for six more weeks of winter. No shadow - spring will come early. (His accuracy is about 39 percent - better than our local weather people that's for sure!)
Write your STORY or POEM about a rival town that tries to surpass the popularity of Punxsutawney Phil with their own meteorological prognosticator.
NOTE: It doesn't have to be about predicting an early or late spring - it can be any weather related prediction. Such as "the Boulder Bunny predicts snow" or the "Miami Manatee predicts thunderstorms."
Make sure you include your word count for stories (1000 words or less) or a line count for poems (40 lines or less) IN your forum post with the b-item link to your entry in order to be a qualified entry.