Defunct Daily Prompt

No Daily Prompt.  Hmm. Feels like a friend just dropped off the face of the Earth.

A friend I neglected most days, but always expected to be there if I made an effort.

I’m nursing a pouty feel just about now.

It always boils down to economic practicalities and blah, blah, blah.

I doubt any of the DP crowd appreciates the dismissal.  Not really.  Boo, WordPress.

We liked the community.  We came to recognize and look for familiar “faces”.

There was a rhythm to DP.  Now a silence has settled.

Hat’s off to Sue and Gerry!  They are making lemonade out of lemons.  I look forward to sharing a tall, icy glass!

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7 thoughts on “Defunct Daily Prompt

  1. Hi Ethel, nice to meet you, thank you for following my blog/website, muchly appreciated, I hope you enjoy reading my humble writings, and I’m Geelong, Australia. Cheers

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  2. Thank you Ethel for your kind words. The number of avid contributors to the Word Press prompts became a creative community and not only shared ideas and photos but camaraderie with fellow WP enthusiasts.

    And you are correct. The economics of a situation always seems to thro out the baby with the bath water.

    “Weekly Prompts” was created to offer those folks who felt abandoned a place where they can once again share n the fellowship of their fellow writers, photographers and friends.

    There is no pressure to perform here and when the creative Muse inspires you please feel free to offer your creative work to the site.

    Thank you for being supportive of our efforts. 🙂

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