“I knew that this decision would shape my future.”
I’m experimenting with this, but I think if you click on the link it will take you to a video. It’s on Wimp.com and it is completely 100% clean and family friendly. I knew you guys would like it. Watch it! You won’t regret it.
This is the third sentence for you! It’ll be very easy to create a story if you play volleyball, which I do. But if you don’t, it’s okay. You can totally write a story with no experience too.
“The score is 10-7!” The ref called out, causing my hands to sweat, knowing I was 1 point from losing the most important volleyball game of the season.
Sorry for not being active, the first week of middle school is pretty stressful. In fact, I’m only able to post this one because it’s Friday. TGIF!!!
Okay, anyway, this next sentence should spark a new story in you. Just let the world spill, okay?? It doesn’t matter if it’s not quite exactly what you want.
“I rubbed my sweaty palms on my pant leg. I was next in the competition, and my heart was beating so quickly I could swear everyone heard it.”
Ready… Set… WRITE!!!
I realize I’ve been pretty inactive recently, and I apologize for that. It’s my last few weeks of summer, and I’m out there, livin’ it up!
…Sorta. Mainly I’ve been hanging out with friends and going to band and Vocal Dimensions practice. And, you know, occasionally working on my summer homework. I have a very busy school year ahead of me, as many of you know, since it’s my last year of high school. I probably won’t be on very often, but I’ll try to post when I can. Most weekends, probably.
Thanks for patience, guys. Ya’ll really cool people.