BlogtFest 2012 Day 15 - Picture prompt

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:00 AM in

Today I'm hosting for BlogFEST 2012!  And I have a photo prompt for those of you participating in the challenge.  The rules are pretty simple--take this prompt and post your blog today.  Be sure to link back to this post to be eligible for the giveaway at the end of the challenge. You can link up the url to  your post with other BlogFEST participants on the Facebook Page located here.

Where will your thoughts take me? Where will you drive us all too?



Definitely inspiring! Now off to thinking about how to write one. :-)

Fabulous prompt..............loved penning it in precisely 5 mins!


Hey, Cloudia. What a fab prompt. Looking forward to responding!

Nice prompt.

I loved this prompt!!


@Journey of Life - I am sure it will be a great piece :)
@Blogwati - you did very well, I enjoyed reading your thoughts!
@Cloudy - genau so!
@JANU - thank you!
@Emily - glad you liked it, read your entry! Well done!

@Corinne - I am looking forward to read your entry!

Thank you for hosting BlogFEST for Day #15!! I'm a bit behind in reading the posts and getting myself posted--but I'm participating with each host!! Here is my take on your prompt!! http://www.wine-n-chat.com/2012/10/dealing-with-change.html You had me thinking on this one!!

Anonymous says:

I am a few days behind on blogs, but I LOVE this prompt! Great post!! Here is my take on it! ~Jessie


@Jenn - great that you joined :)
@Jessie - thank you for writing on the prompt :)

Anonymous says:

Loved this pic and thanks for hosting! I've been moving so I'm a lit'l behind with everyone but I'm going to finish this fest!


@MiMi - I am coming to read your post :)

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