Thursday, February 22, 2007

See it 'n' Write It

After taking the Blogthings personality types that was featured in Gem's Gem-osophy blog this week and Found out that I am an ENTP-The Visionary
I figured that I now know why I do things just a little differently than most.
See It 'n' Write It is a perfect example of this.
What is it? A simple writing promp, but instead of using a word for a promp, I use three images chosen at random as the prompts, and an additional image to inspire an action, setting or mood for the story.
The following images were chosen at random using google image search. I use a random word generator for input to google.
Write a short-short story that incorporates all three images while using the fourth as an action or setting or mood for the story.
When completed, just comment or email me a link to the story and I will add it as a post for
See It 'n' Write It

And a final action, mood, or setting

Have fun--that's all it's meant for!
Let me know when you post it and I'll link back to the story


Anonymous said...

Hey, Frank! Xenic Uniquity--that is so you. I didn't even know uniquity was a word. And I didn't know you spoke French either. I did know you were one of a kind. (Notice no one else has had your type thus far.) It suits you perfectly, doncha think?

FoxxFyrre said...

Hi Gem
Thanks for stopping in.
sorry to hear you've got the flu, hopin' you feel better soon.
When I was very young living in Ottawa, I was taught by Nuns at a school that was part of their convent. The sisters were of a French order, and I learned and picked up quite a bit of French. I left the convent after Grade One and moved to Vancouver. In Vancouver, I went to english public schools. As a result I've lost most of the French I did learn.
After getting married (Lola was born in Poland and speaks Polish fluently along with some Russian and Ukranian) and had children, Lola and I felt that the children could benefit from a second language. We enrolled both children in French immersion and they are both fluent in the language.
It was quite an experience for if the kids were mad at us, they would converse together in French, and I'd have to pull out the dictionaries to fully figure out what they were on about. if it was really bad, I wouldn't tell Lola and she'd swear at me in Polish or Russian to straighten things out.

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

I shall do this for my Sunday blog!

Mimi Lenox said...

What a hoot, Frank. Very creative as usual. I'm going to try to do this soon. Looking forward to the stories.

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

I am up & posted, Frank. Hope I don't disappoint.


Anonymous said...

Now all became clear, many thanks for an explanation.

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