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Two Shoes Tuesday #10 - Choice


Welcome to Two Shoes Tuesday... a place to share what we enjoy doing most... writing! Each week I'll provide a one-word writing prompt and ask you to share a short story, poem, essay, thought, or photo relating to that topic. You can add a link to your post anytime, there is no deadline.

This week's writing prompt is "Choice/Choices/Choose".

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Now let's get down to business! Tell us about choice!

16 comments:

  1. I knew I should not check blogger from my phone in bed. I am ready to write but I am not getting out of bed. Good thing I'm off tomorrow.

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    1. Can't wait to see what you've got to say, Monkey! :-)

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    2. I knew I should have gotten out of bed and wrote it last night. I've tried several times today and the words just aren't coming. Bah!

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    3. You can post your piece all week long, or even later if you like, Monkey, no deadlines for Two Shoes Tuesday. :-)

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  2. Awesome choice as we had a choice to make today politically. My story is a bit long I am afraid but I hope uou enjoy! :)

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    1. That's what inspired it Len! Your story was worth every word, I loved it! :-)

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  3. I second the comments that "choice" was an excellent prompt for today. I have lived in China now for a number of years and the right to choose about anything political is the privilege of only a few, and it has made me appreciate the democratic system in a new way, despite its many flaws. One man, one vote is still only a dream for billions!

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    1. I agree Kristina, voting is a priviledge we tend to take for granted, along with the freedom of speech and the right to dissent. Maybe it would do us all good to spend a year or so in a country where this was not the case. We do come home with a much better appreciation for the system we have, warts and all!

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  4. Mine is short this week, but there are reasons for it. I seek and believe in what I wrote.

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    1. Your piece was a powerful affirmation, McGuffy Ann. I could well-relate to the sentiment you shared with us!

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    1. So you did, and I loved it! I'd like to choose to join you there! :-)

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  6. Wasn't going to do one this week.. changed my mind

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    1. I am so very glad you did... this was an OUTSTANDING, thoughtful piece that is well worth reading... over and over, as a reminder for us all!

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Your comments are always appreciated... they make me smile! :-)