Cerri and Alex stood at the place where their path divided. Cerri felt something pulling her down the path on the left. To Alex, it seemed as though something was calling to her from the right. The two wanted to follow their paths to see what awaited them, but both of them were too subborn to part with the other. The stood at the fork in the road, arguing. Cerri argued that they had to go left and Alex insisted they go right. Both were in agreement that their paths couldn't separate and that their future was with each other. After hours of bickering they realized that their paths did separate and they had to let go of each other. They walked down the road, Cerri down the left and Alex to the right. Would the two ever meet again?
Daily Challenges: A new idea to explore and create each day. Use sound and photos, too!
Road. Think about Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” and write a story about two characters who stand at a crossroads and choose opposite roads/directions/options. Tell their story or focus on an aspect of the decision – their conversation, the outcome, the process of making the decision.