UGH! Writing everyday is HARD! (you have to read that part in a REALLY whiney voice, like Cherylene from Archer)
So I did what I normally do, went to the internet to see if I could find an answer. I found an excellent resource for people wanting to write everyday. In fact, it's called 365 Days of Writing Prompts. Yay! Lucky me! The prompts are even arranged by date.
Here is a link for you if you are interested:
365 Days of Writing Prompts
Here is today's prompt:
“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible
things before breakfast.” – the White Queen, Alice in Wonderland.
What are the six impossible things you believe in? (If you
can only manage one or two, that’s also okay.)
That is a fantastic quote from a favorite book! Here is the passage being referred to:
So for your reading (and my writing) pleasure, I give you my six impossible things:
1. The Multiverse
I believe in the theoretical reality that includes a possibly of an infinite number of parallel universes.
I believe not only that replicators are possible, but they are in the infancy stage of development and are being marketed and used successfully as "3D printers".
3. Complex Particle Beaming
I believe it will become possible to have my particles scrambled and sent somewhere else (a nice, sunny beach in Tahiti, for example) to be reassembled without ill effect.
4. True Magic (not magic tricks)
Magic is a type of energy and a set of methods for manipulating that energy into other, more useful forms that we have not yet explained or harnessed, rather like a particle collider.
The Cherokee Little People. There are three kinds of Little People. The Laurel People, the Rock People, and the Dogwood People. The Rock People are the mean ones who practice "getting even", who even steal children and destroy property. But they are like this because their space has been invaded. The Laurel People play tricks and are generally mischievous, but are also humorous and enjoy sharing joy with others. Then there are the Dogwood People, who are good and take care of people.
There are surprising and welcome events that happen each day not explicable by natural or scientific laws and are therefore considered to be miracles. You just have to be open to seeing them.