Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Hump Day Improvisation:

Today we will have some fun with similar words. Rewrite the words in a sentence. Select one or all three to rewrite. You may write in any genre. At the end of the day I will post my sentences. A quick reminder of the rules.

Rules: Number your sentence so we know which word you have selected.

Rules continued: Keep it clean. This is not an x-rated blog and very young eyes may stumble upon this blog and be influenced by what you or I write.

1. Wondrous

2. Fabulous

3. Outstanding

Have fun.


Clarissa Draper said...

1) Someone told me I wondrous. I gave it back. Who wants to win dross anyway?

3) I was outstanding in the rain but I hated the cold so I went back inside.


N. R. Williams said...

Funny Clarissa, I enjoyed it.

Patti Struble said...

"How's it going?"
"Wondrous, you?"
"Fabulous, of course. How's the new boyfriend?"
"Outstanding in the rain."

Patti Struble said...

Clarissa & I used the same line. What does that say about my inability to read & our convergence of thought?

N. R. Williams said...

Patti, fun has many names but 'fun' is the shortest. Thanks for stopping by.

~Nicole Ducleroir~ said...

I punched Start on the microwave and turned, just as our dog Stan raced through the kitchen. I cartwheeled over the dog, my elbow catching the rim of the wooden salad bowl as I went down.

From the floor, I shook a soggy leaf of romaine out of my hair and growled, "Out, Stan." -- Ding -- I sighed, then bellowed, "Dinner!"

Anonymous said...

"Chase (my protagonist), you were wonderous, fabulous, and outstanding," Staci exclaimed.

Stephen Tremp

N. R. Williams said...

Funny Nicole. Where are the words? LOL

Okay Stephen, I need no more to know where that went.

Thanks for sharing.

Emma Shortt said...

I baked an outstanding cake the other day. Unfortunately the outstandingness was not appreciated by all and it is sitting on the side awaiting hungry mouths... any takers?

N. R. Williams said...

Come and bake a fresh one at my house Emma.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

In the Realm Wondrous, "fantastic" meant average, "outstanding" meant so-so. My nickname was "Sub-Standard," Stan for short. Imagine how people feel about me.

Hope you like that, Roland

N. R. Williams said...

Love it Roland, made me smile.

~Sia McKye~ said...

Thank you for the FABULOUS invitation to visit your OUTSTANDING blog. Your ideas of fun are truly WONDROUS.

Today I was outstanding in the field with my fabulous horses and it was a wondrous group.


N. R. Williams said...

Hi Sia, welcome and great sentences. Thank you for the compliment.