The SOCS prompt is “pro.” Opens to a lot of possibilities—profession, profess, promise, progress, I suppose even “apron” would be good. However, my immediate thought was “project” with a schwa sound for the “o” or “project” with a long o sound. I decided to do both.
So I googled as all good research persons do. I had trouble finding a meaning of p r o j e c t with a long o sound. Are you still with me? No. Will I don’t say as I blame you. But hang on, there are some still reading. I found out I was right. Project (long o) is usable to show that you “plant” an idea into the mind of some one else.
I leave you with this promise to progress in the professional projects which I project for myself, one of which is to be a good mom. My out-of-town son and his wife will be here after while. My mind is turning to “what’s cooking” which means I can grab my apron.
BINGO. I work daily on a project of projecting my project into those whom I have the ability to affect in a way that makes me feel my life has been a blessing to the earth during the years I’ve been around.
Smiling at you.
The Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt is hosted by Linda G. Hill https://lindaghill.com/2023/02/17/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-feb-18-2023/#comments
Well done a great post and I did get your long o and short o!
Well done for getting apron …that a sneaky one 💜💜💜
Profound, professor! 😉 Probably the most appropriate and uncompromising process of pronouncing these pronouns! No improbable prohibitions from this prophet!
You make me know I am more skilled in an apron than as a wordsmith. 😀 In an apron I do recognize sugar from salt. However, I could taste without getting very dirty. 😀