Wacky Wednesday

Blogging Challenge Part 1 – Day 5

So why did I choose Wacky Wednesday for today’s title? On first thought, it was just something I’ve heard as a kid and it goes with Wednesday. You know…Alliteration and such. When I started writing this it was on Tuesday, for Wednesday, but i’m releasing this one on a Thursday, how fun right?!


So I’ve decided to further develop and learn about writing,

in order to be the best version of me.

And as a part of that decision,

I am physically doing the work that it takes to improve.

All things considered,

writing is a form of communication.

What matters to you,

that needs communication?

Consider a website such as dreamcultivatecreate.com,

which matters to me;

writing is important and with writing it is possible to be read.


What matters to you,

that needs communication?

Maybe it’s a delicious looking treat!

An advertisement born.

Or perhaps,

a carpenter is needed;

One or more depending on the project,

the carpenter experience level and knowledge,

and whatever else is to be considered for a carpentry project!

A job application and resume can help to find this tradeswoman/tradesman,

this hiring process often relies on reading and writing.

Once hired and ready to begin building,

the building will take communication,

because the act of building itself will require communication.

Ok I get it, so writing is important these days and so on, and obviously I love it. As far as today’s topic, for this writing process, I really just started outpouring and eventually it led me adjusting the page formatting. Maybe I’ll do more formatting such as this.

My inspiration for today’s post is in part due to a recent poetry reading, sent as a part of my email subscription (Poem-A-Day) from Poets.org. Here’s one of the poems I received in my email:

Thanks for experiencing http://www.dreamcultivatecreate.com, peace to the Earth and universe ~

Here’s some etymological findings about words in today’s post titled Wacky Wednesday:


“crazy, eccentric,” 1935, variant of whacky (n.) “fool,” late 1800s British slang, probably ultimately from whack “a blow, stroke,” from the notion of being whacked on the head one too many times.


1570s, “diseased, sickly” (a sense now obsolete); 1580s, “broken, impaired, full of cracks or flaws,” from craze + -y (2)


1550s, from French eccentrique and directly from Medieval Latin eccentricus (noun and adjective; see eccentric (n.)). Of persons, figurative sense of “odd, whimsical” first recorded 1620s. 

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Hotep, Ankh, Udja Seneb – Selah

#I Dream #I Cultivate #I Create

2 thoughts on “Wacky Wednesday

  1. I’m learning quite a lot, from King’s noble ideas, the inside topic of your life in Blueprint, which are very informative and inspiring, to your post’s formatting which has made it easier and enjoyable to read, and to today’s new words which have enriched my vocabulary. What a great way to teach humanity! Keep writing, keep spreading this writing love. Amazing! 💖💖

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