Today

Today looked to be just another day – same old, same old. I backed out of the garage with happy unawareness. As soon as I turned down the alley I learned that my day was going to be very different. There in the alley was . . .

Please leave a comment with your first 50 words on the topic “today.”

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

6 thoughts on “Today”

  1. Today. A strange word. Today I woke up empty, alone and hurting. That’s how everyday was, but today was different. Today marked the day that it happened, today was a day I feared. Tomorrow couldn’t come faster but tomorrow never came, it was always today. Even the sky felt different…

    (I am so going to have to use that in one of my stories lol)

  2. Today is a bridge between yesterday and tomorrow. Today is what I have – what we have – to live, to use, to deal with. Today is what I/we make of it. I love today because of its life, its challenge, its part in emergence, evolution. I love today because it emphasizes the irrelevance of time; the present is mine/ours. The past is platform; the future is made of today.

  3. Today was going to be different, I thought. But I knew it wasn’t. Everyday I say that to myself in hopes of becoming a better person and doing something with my life. Today is not one of those days. Im for sure of it. Maybe if I work extra hard Ill actually accomplish something. Yeah right like I, out of all people, would accomplish something. Maybe Ill just sleep the day off…

  4. Today sounds like a celebratory word. It’s as if you were toasting—To [the] day! Rightfully so, since each day brings something new—sometimes good, other times not so good. It may be full of challenges or disappointments; happiness or sadness; new adventures or unforeseen disasters. Whatever the outcome, it’s ours to make the best of whatever situation comes our way.

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