Truthful Tuesday: Let’s Play A Game

We have not one, but two questions for Truthful Tuesday this week…

Do you enjoy taking part in other bloggers challenges? You know I do. About half of what I do on this blog are bloggers’ challenges:

  • Share Your World
  • Truthful Tuesday
  • Fandango’s Provocative Question
  • One-Liner Wednesday
  • Writer’s Workshop
  • Throwback Thursday
  • Flashback Friday
  • Stream of Consciousness Saturday
  • Song Lyric Sunday
  • Question Time Over Coffee
  • Simply Six Minutes (occasionally)

And of course

  • Just Jot It January (hey Linda, are we doing that this year?)
  • Blogging From A To Z April Challenge

I even tried my hand at one of my own, "Go Stand In The Corner!" It kind of fell over like a lead balloon, because I discovered that I couldn’t go through with it without becoming overtly political, and you know what happens when I do that

Do you prefer a picture or word/sentence/question prompt? Definitely the word/sentence/question prompt. Pictures throw me for a loop. I do try sometimes. I might even do the one for this week, which involves toilet paper…

So there’s my totally truthful response to this week’s question(s).

Tally-ho and away we go!
See you next week with a brand new show!

16 thoughts on “Truthful Tuesday: Let’s Play A Game

  1. John,

    I enjoy blogging prompts, too. I found it difficult to devote time to many of my usuals this year. Hopefully, I can get back into the groove in the new year. That is if I can find the right motivation. 🙂 You do a wonderful job rising the challenges given.

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  2. I enjoy prompts. I make my weekly prompt as easy as possible. I combine a prompt word and an image and responses can be anything – music, art, poetry, short stories, etc. Also, it can be the word or the image, or both. Easy peasy!

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  3. I never participate in the entire thing but on my friends sites like yours…I like picking out a question or two.

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      1. John….do you do your posts ahead of time or the night before? I used to do it the night before but now I get twenty ahead or so.

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