I Miss Sunday Scribblings

Years ago, during my more formidable blogging days, I was a follower of a blog titled Sunday Scribblings. It was a blog run by Megg and Laini on which they would post a weekly prompt, encouraging bloggers from all over the internet to write something based on said prompt.

After 400 weeks of prompts, Megg and Laini closed up shop in December of 2013. Only a few weeks later, someone else came along with a blog called Sunday Scribblings 2, with a desire to carry on the Sunday Scribblings tradition. This blogger carried on for 183 weeks, eventually ending things in June of 2017.

I’ll admit, I did not participate every week. Once I discovered the first Sunday Scribblings site, I tried to write something each week. I’m sure I missed some here and there. I didn’t even know the second blog existed until near the end of its life.

I look back at those prompts with a great deal of fondness. And I miss them.

So my question to you is, would any of you out there be interested in participating in something similar if I were to start it up?

No, I’m not thinking of starting a Sunday Scribblings 3. And I won’t be changing the title of this blog, either. I’m just thinking about what it could be like to post a prompt each Wednesday like Megg and Laini once did, encouraging other bloggers to write something to be shared each Sunday. It could be a great way to flex those creative mind muscles and expand an already incredible blogging community.

What do you think? Anyone want to play along? Let me know in the comments!

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