But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ. For he himself is our peace, who has made us both one and has broken down in his flesh the dividing wall of hostility... Eph. 2:13-14

Saturday, April 29

Part 4...sort of

I'm very, very, very (a.k.a. extremely) sorry that I've not been able to get to my blog for a while. I am so brain dead right now, though, that I'm not sure that I can write the rest of the story. I know!
Here's a chance for you to be creative!
Why don't you write the end of the story for me?! Then I'll put it on here for everyone to read and everyone can say:
"My, look at that! That Sarah is such a wonderful writer! This is stupendous compared to that other junk that she's had on here recently. Wait! This says that (your name here) wrote this! Well that makes sense! (Your name here) is such a wonderful writer with such a vast imagination! They can take an idea and run with it! Not like Sarah. She should do this more often!"
And then YOU'RE the star! Wouldn't that be great?! Just think of it as a really easy writing contest. And I'll publish everyone's ending (only I must warn you that they will be edited if not clean). I guess you could send it to me via the comment link. Then, for all of those people who don't read the comments, I'll stick it in something that they will read. And if you'd like, I'll color-code them, so that you can easily pick out yours and admire your work. If you don't want that then just tell me. START WRITING!

1 comment:

Yourbiggestfan said...

After sleeping for hours, the little dog awoke. Blinking, he sat up on dark velvet cushion and forced himself to use his two front legs. They were stronger than he expected. He tried the back pair. Stronger. Excited, he yelped and began to jump up and down on the bed. Forgetting himself he began to wag his tail happily. All at once his joy ended. The noise came, loud as before, penetrating his ears and shaking his body. He cried out and was, once again, dazed..........