Tuesday at Ten { I hope . . . . }

Tuesday at Ten { I hope . . . . }


I hope that one day I will live up to my full potential as a literary writer. I have already made a start by being accepted by IBPF (International Bipolar Foundation) as a blogger on their site. I have a monthly schedule with them. One blog a month.

That leaves me the rest of the time to write articles on here for Mental Health Issues and other physical issues and disorders, most of them of the Invisible Illness category.

The articles take research and I haven’t written a research paper in 40 years, since I left high school. I just handed my first try in. Hopefully I remembered how to write research papers so the articles sound professional.


Welcome to Tuesday at Ten! The Tuesday blog Link up where you have 6 full days to use the “prompt phrase” as a part of your writing.

Each week I post a prompt phrase and you finish the phrase and write how that phrase fits you and your life or your thoughts.

Whether it be just writing a story behind the phrase or being as creative as you wish using photos, poems, art, or graphics – whichever creative way you choose.

You have 6 days to write and link up your blog at the bottom of the page so that others can link up with you.

Be sure to visit your “link up” neighbor and spread the joy of connection! A new Prompt word is posted every Tuesday Morning at 10am, the link up closes at 11pm the night before.

Every Monday evening (the day before the new word is posted) I will choose ONE highlighted writer of the week to be highlighted and shared on the Tuesday at Ten Facebook page for all to see. You will also get an award graphic for that week to post on your blog.

Make sure to visit the Tuesday at Ten Facebook page to view the winner and for daily news!

Remember  – it’s not about being perfect, it’s about being YOU. Have FUN

This weeks prompt phrase is:

{ I hope . . . .  }

6 thoughts on “Tuesday at Ten { I hope . . . . }

  1. blahpolar

    Pierre-Jean Jouve (1887-1976)

    To Himself (A soi-même)

    Write now for the sky
    Write for the arc of the sky
    And may no black lead letter
    Veil your literature

    Write for the scent and the breeze
    Write for the silvery leaves
    May no human ugliness
    Find sight consciousness breath.

    Write for the god and the fire
    Write for love of place, desire
    That nothing of Man’s contained
    In the void chilled by a flame.



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