In Other Words: “Delicious”

Image by Monika Schmidt from Pixabay
Welcome to my Weekly Participation Post here for In Other Words prompted by Patricia at her blog. I learned about it from another great BLOG. Why not visit there too? This should be fun.

I’ll let her explain the rules:

Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less
Use the picture and/or the word repair as inspiration
Link back to this post
If you are on WordPress this will create a pingback.
If you are not on WordPress put a link to your post in the comments.
You can also post your story or poem in the comments.

Here’s my entry for this week:

Exquisite

After years of running round in circles

Racing in and out thru tables

Navigating thru the chairs

Up and over, down the stairs.

Tom said to himself, “Delicious”

-mike

Now it’s your turn. Give it a try. -mike

Christians On Social Media

Great encouragement for amateur internet apologists everywhere. -mike

Navigating by Faith


Peter said, “but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense [apologia; apologetics] to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect.” (1 Peter 3:15)

This is the tenor and main point of the article, CHRISTIANS ARGUING WITH CHRISTIANS ON SOCIAL MEDIA: A REAL INTEREST IN THE SALVATION OF THE LOST?….

I encourage you to read it. I put it here that people would read it, and that I would be reminded of it and read it again myself.

It’s far to easy to say things on social media that we wouldn’t think of saying face to face with someone in conversation. If we are not responding to people with gentleness and respect, as Peter urges us, we are not responding in love. We might as well not respond at all.

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100 Word Wednesday: “Why Not With?”

100 Word Wednesday: Week 140

Image by Bikurgurl

Its Time again for the next installment of a weekly post 100 Word Wednesday. It’s a writing prompt meme by

100 Word Wednesday: Week 140

which invites others to share in the joys and creativity of micro fiction. Visit her blog for a full explaination of how to participate:

My entry for the week:

My dad used to say ‘sometimes you just have to say…’. Well, no. He didn’t actually say that, but he should have. He’d have said ‘Take a chance. Something’s going to happen with or without you. Why not With?’.

That’s what I thought of the day I saw your mom from across our local pool as I skimmed the leaves off of the surface. She wore a red two piece. I wore deck shoes and a maintenance hat. I took a chance.

Now it’s your turn, son. Let’s go find that preacher and get you married.
(98 words)

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Now it’s your turn.

-mike