Tea for two (and a piece of cake) Tuesdays --3
I sat in silence for some time and stared at the book. Then I promptly burst into tears as I missed my dad so intensely. He would have been so proud to see this day. I do believe with all my heart that it is he, who left me a gift of writing.
I write to get over my grief of losing him and my writing touches so many hearts.
What better gift could he have left me?
I am leaving for Kolkata early tomorrow morning (a family wedding) and I have to wake up at five (groan groan) to catch a flight. Hence, I am putting up this prompt tonight, as I know that ones who look forward to taking part will be eagerly waiting. (and the ones who do not take part--do join in! what are you waiting for?! It's not as frightening or time consuming as you think. And you never know what you may discover. )
In case you do not know what 'Tea for Two (and a piece of cake) Tuesdays' are, please check out this post.
The prompt for today is a quote by Bernard-Paul Heroux.
There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea. ~Bernard-Paul Heroux
Go make yourself a nice cup of tea and mull about it. You can write as little as you want or as much as you want. Use the prompt as an inspiration.Say what you like about it or dislike.
You can write a poem or a journal entry or a short story or just your thoughts--Just anything that sets you off, when you read the above prompt. There are no formats at all about what you can write.
You can post your links here.Do not link the whole blog..Link only the specific post which uses the prompt.
ps: Please RSVP: email@example.com, 9971445305 if you are coming for my book launch on 14th Feb 2012. There is a nice little surprise planned.
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