Year to a Better You: December 6-Word Story/Poem Challenge – Day 31 – “Embark” (TooFullToWrite)

Hello everybody – a very Happy New Year to you!

This post is the final one in response to the Year to a Better You: December 6-Word Story/Poem Challenge set out by Page Flutter.

You can find the link to the prompts she has kindly provided for this awesome challenge here.

YEAR TO A BETTER YOU: DECEMBER 6-WORD STORY CHALLENGE – Page Flutter

This challenge is primarily taking place over on Instagram but you can also post your entries on your blog, along with sharing on Twitter and Facebook too. If you are participating, make sure you use the hashtags mentioned in the blog post above.

NB. Also, I am not including the title in the six words I’m using.

Day 31 Prompt:- First step.

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Photo by MabelAmber on Pixabay

 

Embark

Just one step, change, achieving dreams.

 

May all your New Year’s Resolutions and goals come to fruition, thank you for reading and positive vibes to you all.

3 thoughts on “Year to a Better You: December 6-Word Story/Poem Challenge – Day 31 – “Embark” (TooFullToWrite)

  1. Hi there TooFullToWrite (Indy), I’m back after a break which I always intended to be temporary, my absence lasted from July last year until a few days ago. I continue following your superb blog and look forward to reading your posts and dialoging with you as previously.

    • Hey there Edward, a sincere pleasure to hear from you again my dear friend 🙂 I appreciate you taking the time to comment and enjoy the interviews that I’m providing on my blog, they are a regular feature that is always ongoing. I will be participating in the National Poetry Writing Month in April too, so there will be a lot of activity all throughout April as well. Absence does make the heart grow fonder when it comes to writing and blogging, I really do look forward to reading more from your blog in the coming days too 🙂

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