Decisions ... promises ...

Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:38 AM in , , ,

P.S. This entry is done under the inspiration of this week's theme from The Writers' Post, namely Atmosphere

Jenny's instructions were: 'I want you To CREATE an atmosphere in your post this week. Use your words to pull your audience in--give them a sense of their surroundings, and create a memorable scene with an atmosphere that they will hopefully not soon forget get by reading your post. You can still do this--even if you write about everyday topics and don't delve into fiction. I think it will be fun!!'

my question is: did I manage? :)



I would say Yes, you did, if your atmosphere was the humor of not making decisions ever and promises are just ideas! lmbo
Great imagination and very unique! <3 it.

Well, I thought it was funny and it made me smile, does that count?

Unique and quirky and very funny...! Oh I don't know I couldn't make up my mind....! ; )

The one where there are signs for the workers to hold up reminds me of my husbands workplace. A few years ago a manager tried a new way of running the place to save time. Not only did it not save time, it created an enormous backlog of work. Now Dan has a new manager and he wants to do the same thing they had to quit doing. They told the manager it didn't work before, but he doesn't care!

@Jo - I just wanted a play of cartoons based on the first quote :) happy it went well!
@Sarah - but of course, the main important thing!
@Sush - if it's funny I am glad!
@Belle - exactly, this seems to be a very common 'disease', I don't understand why people are not able to learn from the past!

Works for me...and for the record...I thought this was really funny! Thanks for sharing!

@Susan - thank you for your kind words!

Yes, you absolutely managed. Great collection of cartoons and sayings.

@Langley - happy I managed!

great take on the topic, I need to remember that 'decision and promises' quote... Great job!

LOL!! You did well!! Cheers, Jenn

Good job, Claudia. I'm still giggling...

@Sylvia - glad you liked it!
@Jenny - thanks :)
@Darlene - good for you!

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