(Wednesday Writing Essentials – WWE 3/21/12- Sea)

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This Week’s Challenge:

♫♫♫ By the sea, by the sea….♫♫♫

Barbary Chaapel suggested this new challenge and when she did, I immediately pictured a photo essay. She also suggested keeping the challenge wide open. I totally agreed with her. Of course, that got me to thinking about Star Trek when an alien called Kirk nothing but a bag of water. Then, there was a time when we found a few little baby catfish stranded in a puddle of water, swept down the creek by a flash flood. My imagination took over and thought of a tear drop, rain drop, dew on a petal. There is no limit to writing about the sea or any other body of water.

My challenge is to write anything you want (in any form you desire) about a body of water.

Ideas: I’ll be anxiously waiting to read your ideas.

Suggestions: Sure, please correct my grammar and send me challenges you’d like to see.

The Rules:

Make sure you put this (Wednesday Writing Essentials – WWE – Sea) in your title.

Be sure to tag it with WWE, Sea, Gather Writing Essentials.

Post to Gather Writing Essential.

I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.

There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If you’re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.

Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what you’re supposed to do and won’t think you’re crazy.


Write (in any form you desire) about the sea or any other body of water.


Featured below are the responses I was able to locate to last Wednesday’s challenge. They are outstanding and worth checking out.

Alone, by Joann B.

WHAT IS A CAT, by Barbara H.

CATS, by Barbara H.

Cats on the Trails, by John Beck

Smitten with Kittens, by Kimberly Blackadar

The love of my life, by Franklin Newman

Queen of the night, by Franklin Newman

Sugar Sugar, by Karen Vaughan

Queen Of The Darkness, by Vicki R.

Catlandia, by Craig M.

There’s Always One Cat, by William Dotani

Purr, by Priya P.

Pussy Cats, by A. F. Stewart

From the point of view of a dog, by Stacey U.

The Ghost Cat, by Jennifer T.

Miss Tabby, by Jeannine D.

FIVE BEAUTIES,  by Barbary Chaapel

 By her side – by Franklin Newman

 Cats – by Sheila Deeth

Happy 10th Birthday, Boys !!!! Mao and Cheddar! Meow, Meow, Meow, Meow, by Kathryn Esplin

Wife Gives Me a Present , by Len Maxwell

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