July 4, 2015
Summer Writing Challenge: Day Four
Happy July Fourth every one.
I know that every one has a Fourth of July on their calendar, but that we here in America look at the date a little differently than those of you in other parts of the world do.
So today I’m honoring one of my favorite American Heroes, Founding Father, John Adams.
Today’s prompt is a word that describes Adams’ attitude during the First and Second Continental Congresses:
John Adams (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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July 4th, 2015 at 4:27 pm
Thanks for the prompting….I’m heading to the piano! Since I frequently practice in 15 minute segments, I pencil in an eighth note for each 15 minutes. I’m enjoying watching the “notes” pile up!
August 31st, 2015 at 11:05 am
Just found your blog searching for writing prompts and challenges. I really like this one as John Adams is one of my favorite historical people.