Wednesday 24 February 2021

WOYWW 612: Prompt Needed

 Is it really a week since our last get together over on Stamping Ground with WOYWW?  It was so good to see all the photos and read the memories of Shaz.  I even saw video footage of the first WOYWW crop over on Facebook thanks to Doug sharing (before my time).

My desk this morning resumes some sort of normality as I prepare for my daily drawing and my first day of teaching after half term.  Only another week of online teaching to do after this one, as schools are back with face to face lessons on 8th March.  

I do need your help though, dear deskers.  I have found sufficient prompts to keep me going to the end of the year with a daily drawing.  However, I will be one prompt short at the end of #inktober2017 to the start of March's daily drawing prompts.  Please could you give me suggestions.  I will share the prompts I have completed over the years so far, as well as my March prompts so duplication can be avoided.




I will be following the #inktober2016 prompts during March.
Thank you in advance for your help.  I am sharing the remaining inktober2017 drawings on my blog next Tuesday if you are interested and you haven't already seen them on Facebook.

25 comments:

  1. I wish I could help but I can't really think of anything! I am sure one of our more artistic friends will give you a fabulous idea!

    I love your "climb" drawing!

    Be well,
    Chana Malkah, #7

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  2. you've done climb - what about "fall" ? Hope you have a happy week stay safe. Helen #10

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  3. shows how well I read the list then!

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  4. Thin or tall came to mind but then I went Aardvark for the first word, (is it?) in the dictionary. I a no good at this kind of thing - ask Paul!
    Love the koala drawing I can see - guess you could always do an ostrich or a kangaroo (sorry not not checked to see if they have been done).
    So just one more week and we will have school back and you face to face teaching again. I hope the pupils are all glad to be back with their friends and seeing their favourite teachers. Makes for an easier day for you if that is the case.
    Stay safe and well
    Hugs, Neet 13 x

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  5. Hi Sarah, I love to see your daily drawings. How about taking some inspiration from our city? Bottle kilns, pieces of China, throwing wheels, your school?
    Take care and stay safe
    Hugs
    Lynnecrafts 23

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  6. What about a HUG Sarah..?? We are all in need of one. You've done a grand job sticking to this activity, I think you should give yourself one when it's complete. Hope all goes well with everyone back at school on the 8th, my Son's girl says the worry regarding numbers has caused much anxiety amongst the staff. WoywW Hugs stay safe Tracey #4 x

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  7. Well I am amazed that you have diligently followed the prompts. I always start with good intentions then do my own thing. Cute Koala drawing and I hope someone clever can help with the prompts.
    Sandra de @24

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  8. Morning Sarah. Rest assured - I have been on to both. I can't have the Pfizer jab, so am awaiting the AZ one. Thee surgery have "put me on the list for when we next get any in". I shall contact them again come Friday to see where they are at.
    How about "Freedom" - after all we have been through recently? I love the little Koala bear!.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #9

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  9. Inspired by Shaz, what about "hair"? Or you could do the trick of grabbing a book, choosing a random page, then a line, and then choosing the first appropriate word you find? Stay safe and keep smiling, Lisa-Jane #14

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  10. How’s about Precarious? That was the first thing that came to mind which worries me slightly! Good luck with returning to the classroom, I hope the jab has given you a bit more confidence to do so.
    Hugs LLJ 5 xxx

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  11. Here in Lincoln it's the home of the Tank and Red Arrows don't know if there's anything there that might help. Have a lovely week and happy woyww, Angela x19x

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  12. Definitely go for something positive - how about FREEDOM (unless I missed it on the list?) Though I do like Tracey's suggestion of HUG as well! I'm at two minds about the schools going back - as long as it's safe for both the teachers and the kids I'm all for it. Happy sketching! xx zsuzsa #27

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  13. Hope you find the prompt you need! Your list is already so extensive!
    Thanks for popping by and have a great week!
    Carol N #3

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  14. FLY - did try and read them all but could have missed this one???
    Happy WOYWW and thanks for the visit BJ#1

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  15. Howzabout JOY HOPE PEACE?
    Thanks for popping by today. I've just got back from a funeral so reading WOYWW is a welcome diversion. Best wishes with a hug, Sue. #16 ish. x

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  16. An interesting challenge, Sarah. How about "enabling" in honour of Shaz? That could be an interesting word to interpret! I adore your daily drawings.

    Thank you for your visit and I'm glad you enjoyed my two lilies this week. I've just put on a fresh batch of home-made yoghurt from the rather large supply of soya milk my hubby bought me that I didn't want! It will be interesting to see how it compares with that made with my home-made soya milk. If it comes out better, then maybe that will be the way forward in the absence of a decent bought sugar-free one.

    Happy WOYWW
    Shoshi #15

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  17. Your prompt list is vary extensive already, but I noticed some are similar ie poison and poisonous, scorched and burn. Why don’t you see if you can do something similar with other words ie rock change to pebbles or quartz. Scared change to fear. Hope that is helpful. Angela #31

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  18. Hope you find the prompt you need as looked at what you have and really cannot think of anything sorry,

    Take care and stay safe

    Lilian B #16

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  19. Wow, Sarah, why am I surprised that you’ve already got the logistics worked out for the daily drawings! You are winning!
    So how about
    Squash
    Noise
    Light
    Glass
    Relax
    Chop
    Metal
    China
    Silver
    Gold
    Any help? Probably half of them are past words already!!

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  20. Hi Sarah! I've been doing writing prompts, and I go to a word generator for my prompts. https://randomwordgenerator.com/#:~:text=%20Random%20Word%20Generator%20%201%20Games.%20This,improve%20vocabulary%20or%20practice%20for%20spelling...%20More%20
    The word that I just generated was "intervention"
    Glad you are getting back to face to face teaching, much nicer to be with the children!
    Thanks for your visit, have a great week, Lindart #36

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  21. Hi Sarah. Thanks for visiting. The week passed by so quickly. I am no good at making suggestions as per your request. Sorry Anne x 37

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  22. Hi, Sarah!

    So how about a prompt in the honor of Shaz? Enabling or enabler comes to mind. Or how about, “and finally “.

    Sorry to be late. Spent most of yesterday at the drs,

    Stay safe and well,
    Happy Thursday

    Kathryn #35

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  23. I was going to say hope, inspiration, imagination, intuition - but not easy as prompt words?
    Look on my page for a koala!!
    Happy WOYWW!
    Susan #8

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  24. Hi SArah, sorry I'm so late. I bet you have more than enough ideas now, but for my twopenn'orth, how about "prickly", or window? Good luck with your last online week, hope you have time to relax over the weekend. Annie C

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  25. Wow you have received many great ideas. Good luck picking one out! I’m glad some things are starting to open up. Hopefully this is the new norm as more and more people get vaccinated. Sorry for the late visit but hope you have a great week. Dorlene #33

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