It’s the Fourth of July!  Can be a day for laying around and relaxing in the US. Take a writing break and keep it simple.

Make a list of what you are wondering or seeing and how you feel here at the beach. Perhaps put yourself in the place of Miss Stripped Socks.  Margo Roby in her Tuesday Tryout offers this excellent explanation and suggestion for List poems. You can double dip your writing pen with 2 prompts for one poem. I plan to. Thank you Margo.

Here’s how to participate in Wednesday Wonder:

1. Each week I’ll provide a picture and a word for creative inspiration. Show the world based on your interpretation what you have in mind for the theme, and then post them on your blog anytime before the following Wednesday when the next theme will be announced in Pacific Standard Time.

2. Subscribe to Light Words so that you don’t miss out on weekly Wonder announcements. Sign up via the email subscription link in the sidebar.

3. Post a comment on Light Words with a link to your post so others can enjoy it and while you’re there go see what the other Wednesday Wonderers are up to.  If you don’t have a Blog you can write directly into the comment section. It can handle about 100 words or email me.

4. I don’t have a badge you for you add to your post to but I  sure would appreciate a link to Light Words somewhere in your post so others can find out about the wonders of Wednesday Wonder.

Remember: please feel to ask questions. And Above All Have Fun!

10 thoughts

        1. In Northern California it’s almost always cold at the beach so we dress warmly. And I did choose this photo for the irony of shoes at the beach. nuff said… I keep thinking about how well you put everything together for this piece 🙂


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