I'm playing catch-up again on my blog. I managed to post my response to yesterday's challenge. But my daughter and I got lost wading through all the scholarship opportunities (for the second time) that don't apply to her. <wry grin> There were a few that might, though. I honestly can't believe it's so hard to find them. And grants are even harder to dig out. But I'm a firm believer that God provides what we need. He has never failed me yet. Continue reading to see my responses to the last two challenge days.
#WIPjoy Day 25 - Which character is most religious? Which is the least?
I'm loving these most/least comparisons. I had to consider "religious" in a broader sense for this challenge. The Poten and the Guardian are both religious leaders but their manner of service is completely different. The first goes through the motions to get what he wants, which is more power. The second goes through the motions because they keep her focused on her task to lead the Children the way the Creator wants her to. She's more spiritually religious.
Zec and the other male younglings in the story are the characters I chose for 'least religious'. They haven't gotten old enough yet to form meticulous habits or even, perhaps, to see the value of such a thing.
I almost added Liha to that category, but she has been raised with Guardian Haya Ne all her life. She practices the form of religion she was taught. She's not as religious as Haya Ne but she's well on her way.
#WIPjoy Day 26 - Which character is most confident? Least confident?
All In The Family
Y'all! Our daughter was finally convinced to share her poetry. She's posting it on Wattpad. Would you consider stopping by to give her some support? She writes about life in general, but mostly the painful times. It might be nice to know you're not alone. They're raw and heartfelt but she's asking for feedback so she can improve her work. Feel free to offer any helpful comments. You can do this on the mobile app by holding your finger on the line to highlight it. A box will pop up from the bottom of your screen and you can type in suggested fixes. On the web, there are gray speech bubbles at the right of each stanza. Click on that and a box will pop out of the side. Add your comment in the space provided. At the end of each chapter/poem, a menu bar pops up at the bottom. Click the star to vote. Click the comment bubble to leave your thoughts on the whole poem. Click the share options to share the love. Thank y'all so much! To get to her collection of poems, click on the link below.
Melody Kittles writes fantasy fiction under the name Robin McElveen. She loves God, her family, the arts, a warm cup of coffee or tea, visiting friends, and collecting coffee & Pusheen items.
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