I just wanted to let you all know that I haven’t connected with the daily prompt in a couple days. I really like doing the daily prompt. But it hasn’t interested me or clicked with me at all. I’m trying to work on getting my stuff together for April. I’m also writing my grandchild a fairy tale for Christmas. I’m not a writer! So this task is posing to be your very very hard. So bear with me on the daily prompts and I will try to figure out some original content. Thank you for your patience. Have a great day!
Sated is today’s word prompt. And here is my take on this prompt.
Okay, sated reminded me of being full for the definition in dictionary.com. That we have a lot of wasted food. And there are a lot of people in America that are hungry. In the past I have done a post on how much food we waste and how we can reduce the amount of food we waste. So I know it’s off of the realm of what sated means. But, I really do think it is a subject needs to be addressed again and again and again. Something has got to give. There are children Starving in the United States of America. Much less all over the world. But I’m going to keep my statements to the United States because I know a little bit about going hungry. I’d like to take a picture of what I feel sated means. Just means overflowing and full to me stuffed to the brim.
now these are sated! Don’t you think? Could you imagine the waste that we would save by doing a few things different? What I’d like this to do instead of talking about being sated. Let’s talk about are landfills and dumps being sated with items that could be recycled items that could help other people. There is food that had gone wasted from Thanksgiving dinner and it’s just going to get thrown out when it be wonderful to come up with a way to do something with those leftovers that nobody’s going to eat? You know if you have enough why not take it down to where you see some homeless take a plate down? I don’t know I feel very passionate about this cause I really don’t know how to change anything on my own. It does take a village to raise a child. But as part of that Village do we not have a responsibility to those children to make sure that they have enough food? All of the children. The elderly are having to pay for their medication or eat. How fair is that? I’ll have a stroke or heart attack or I’ll eat today. I read a very sad story about a lady that was taken in by a family because she was eating cat food canned cat food all month long because that’s all she could do is pay and low rent and medications there wasn’t much room for anything else. It just makes me so angry there should be a solution this should not be happening. So there’s my take on sated.
Hello to all! Wishing you all a very Happy Thanksgiving. Today I’m going to have a really good day with family and lots of good food. Remember we need to be grateful today that is after all the reason for the holiday is it not? I was reading something about being grateful for even the hard times. You know it’s hard to be grateful during the turmoil in your life. But later on in retrospect a lot of those trials and tribulations that a person goes through they often feel grateful for those situations. For today as we gather around stuff our faces please let’s remember to be grateful we’re not just the good times but the hard times too. Everything happens for a reason. If it doesn’t kill us it makes us stronger. Isn’t that how the saying goes? Much love to all! Happy Thanksgiving.
Today’s daily prompt is the word anticipation and here is my take on the prompt.