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Mom's Cooking - Memory Writing Prompt
Mom's Cooking - Memory Writing Prompt Here's a memory prompt to give you some ideas for writing. I hope it inspires some good postings about moms as Mother's Day approaches. Let's focus on mom's cooking this time. What favorite foods did your mom make for you? Was she a good cook or were there some disasters? Did she teach you to cook, too? Share a recipe, as well, if you have one of your mom's.
Introductions are in order!
Hi, I'm Karen Martin Kolavalli and I'm stepping up to help Scott Lupo administer OurEcho. You may recognize me as one of Gail Martin's daughters. It's an honor to carry on Mom's work here. Her work at OurEcho was a labor of love and she couldn't have been prouder of all of you! So, let me get my feet wet in site administration and then I'll be joining in more, as well as telling you more about myself. Feel free to share your ideas for OurEcho with me. And if there are things that are bugging you about OurEcho, let me know those, too!
I wrote my first story in fourth grade. Part of involved a kid staying in a cupcake hotel where everything was made of cupcakes except for the bathroom. I loved reading so much that my mom had to hide my books from me until I finished my chores.
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"Ode to OurEcho.com" by Lisa Godin
OurEcho.com is a site to behold
with writings' galore
and new writers to mold
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Nancy I like to think my writing is the tracks I leave. People will be able to follow my tracks forever. All who read yours will too. We're writing our tracks. Maybe that's a story for one of us to add tracks to. Mike
Interview with a Shesh-Amazoni
Circumstances have kept me away from Ourecho for some time. I have missed your stories of the Amazoni and their beautiful warrior leader. It is good to once again read of her. Fred
Let Your Verbs Paint A Mental Picture
So many writers could improve their stories if they paid attention to these little things. You do and it shows in your fine work. Nancy
Salvatore Taranto, the Hero of Cefalu'
A great story John! It rolls along, lickety split, and by the time we're in the cave, we can't wait to find out what will happen to him. The excruciating ride as a hero aboard the planks, suffering the nut cracking is a terrific build to the final happy denouement.
Cherokee Brave and son
Exquisite pieces of art, so fine. No wonder you were inspired to write the poems about them. Gabrielle Blair