It’s time for another Fabulous Friday post! I have some nifty stuff to share with you today. The first two are actually somewhat linked.
I started following Lynette Noni’s blog recently. She’s an author. She is celebrating 5000 followers today. Congratulations, Lynette! In honor of the fantastic followers, she posted “Let’s Play a Writing Game”. You should really check it out for some easy and lighthearted fun. We’re going to be participating until each of us has had a turn to add a sentence to the story. Be sure you check out the rules before playing, though, or it’ll ruin the magical mayhem!
Continuing on the theme, we have a game that is pretty similar to what Lynette is doing with today’s blog post. It’s called “Rory’s Story Cubes.” It’s hilarious fun! I bought the first box, which was simply “Rory’s Story Cubes,” to add to my Grammar curriculum. Then several months later, I saw that they’d added more cubes to the product line. We now have the “actions” box and the “voyages” box. Altogether, you can have hours of fun building a story with your family and friends. It’s great! You can check out their website for more information.
If you’ve checked out John’s photography blog, then you know he loves to capture sky images. One of his favorite informational websites is Spaceweather.com. If it happens in the night sky, you’ll find the information on this website. Tonight, we plan to be watching the sky as there is supposed to be a fabulous meteor shower. We’ve invited a couple of friends to join our family and we’ll hopefully capture some beautiful photos and make some wonderful memories.
“If there’s a book you really want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” ~Toni Morrison
“Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” ~William Wordsworth
“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” ~Anton Chekhov
Interestingly enough, I found all the quotes to match all the promos on the same page at Quote Garden today. I hope you enjoy them!
Today’s song was chosen by Starshine. I feel I should warn you that if you do not like offensive words or touchy topics, then you should probably skip it. We all like this one, though. “Teenagers” by My Chemical Romance.