Who’s the last person you saw before reading this prompt? Whether it’s a family member, a coworker, or a total stranger, write a post about what that person is thinking right now.
I looked in the mirror just after waking up. Me, that’s the person I saw.
I frequently post on a sports blog OBNUG. This week the writers, who manage the blog, started a numerical countdown for each player. It started with number 99. It’s about a player named Antoine Turner. He has an incredible story of how he found his way onto the Boise State Broncos football team. Here is the link to his story.
I’m skeptical of at least parts of the story. I posted as much on the comments section of the story on OBNUG.
“Caution: I want this all to be true, but a healthy dose of skepticism is good. Now you can hate what I’ve posted.”
I often find my way to the doghouse with the regular folks who post. I try to be funny, fair, and honest. It’s not always appreciated. I’m likely to appear in the doghouse again.
I think skepticism helps us grow. It may not always be appreciated. Skeptics are often wrong. But that’s me.
Here is my short story for the day, Part 3 of Romancing Ted.