By: Marilyn L. Davis
I’m a Wednesday child – full of woe.
In case, you forgot the Mother Goose poem, Mondays’ Child is Fair of Face, here it is.
Monday’s child is fair of face,
Tuesday’s child is full of grace,
Wednesday’s child is full of woe,
Thursday’s child has far to go.
Friday’s child is loving and giving,
Saturday’s child works hard for a living,
But the child born on the Sabbath Day, Is fair and wise and good and gay.
I should point out that there are more words that rhyme with “go”, and could have been used instead.
Crow, flow, hoe, know, mow, though, Poe, Thoreau, and Defoe.
I’m not entirely sure how Mother would have worked them in, but woe?
Maybe that’s why Wednesdays need some light-hearted posts in my opinion. I want to shed the woe and be entertained, enthralled, and enchanted on Wednesdays. So, I’m issuing a challenge to the readers and writers at Two Drops of Ink.
Wednesdays are officially: “Hump Day Humor ” at Two Drops of Ink.
So, what are we looking for in a humorous post?
- Comic relief
However, we realize that humor is an individual thing. What you think is funny, I may find boring and vise-versa. But for this challenge, think:
You can answer the challenge with an essay, the comical thing that’s happened to you as a writer, absurd and illogical comments, a meme, memoir, or writing moment that makes my Wednesdays less woeful, and I’ll be forever grateful.
Now, it wouldn’t be fair if you only gave me comic relief. So, to make this an equal opportunity, you get to join our growing list of contributors. Join the Two Drops of Ink family. Read our submission guidelines and send us your submission. Sell your book from our page, ‘The Book Shelf‘
Our published contributors enjoy becoming a part of an established, award-winning blog. They gain exposure from our ever growing audience.
We currently have more than 20 wonderful contributing authors who have been published on this site.
- Check out their bios.
- Read their work.
- Visit their sites.
In turn, we gain the audience that they bring from their writing.
And stay tuned on Wednesdays for Hump Day Humor
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