Let’s welcome June with open arms of renewed energy and appreciating the earthy aroma as we begin this rainy season. A particularly favourite treat for this season would be blogging and reading with a drizzling view from our window. Who doesn’t find satisfaction in writing while listening to rumbles of thunder? We have got an interesting writing prompt for you to get started this weekend.
We, as bloggers, do a lot of our writing at our desks. Now that many of us are working from home and it looks some will continue to do so, even after the pandemic, one of the most important places in the house is our workspace right now in other words, our desk.
We all need a corner where one can be truly oneself, without bothering to keep up appearances and live in one’s own little bubble world for a while. Like a caress after a rough day, a corner we love has nowadays become even more intimate during these tough times. We have been asked to stay home and our reply has been “everything is going to be ok”.
Which city are you from? Why are you in your city and what do you love about it the most? Such conversation starter questions fascinate us and we generally answer them most passionately, if we like or even if we don’t. This week’s WOW involves Indian cities and their stories to share with the blogosphere.
With Mother’s Day coming up, we are sure most of you are thinking and planning about how you can show your appreciation for your mother’s hard work, love, and support over the years. One way as a blogger to express your affection and gratitude can be done by writing your feelings down on a card or even in the form of a poem. We know it can be difficult to put all your feelings for your mother down on a piece of paper but let’s pile up our love and pen a WOW post for our loving and beautiful mother’s.
‘Home sweet home. This is the place to find happiness. If one doesn’t find it here, one doesn’t find it anywhere.’ – M.K.Soni What is home to you? Is it where the heart is? Is it where you’re living? How long do you have to be somewhere before you call it a home? All these questions can be answered through this writing prompt.