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Go for a Ride

All Aboard the Meme Express – Saturday, November 22, 2008


November 22nd is “Go for a Ride Day” in the United States (and perhaps elsewhere). Although the origins of this occasion are unknown, this holiday does present some creative options for adventurous individuals.

Here’s a song to get you started.

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Today, the Meme Express prompt is “Go for a Ride.”


What will you ride today?

A bicycle? A horse? A motorcycle? A car?

A snowmobile? A go-cart? A sleigh? A scooter?

A camel? A motorboat? An elephant? A tricycle?

A segway? An elevator? A donkey? An escalator?

A skateboard? A golf cart? A helicopter?

If you could ride anything, what would it be?

Where would you go?


Perhaps this concept will inspire you to create a drawing, a poem, a short story, or a journal entry. Then return here to leave a comment with your link. (Be sure to include a link to the Meme Express. Grab our train graphic from the sidebar for your link, if you want.)


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Of course, if this prompt seems to stump you, feel free to peruse the archives of the Meme Express and publish a blog post on an earlier prompt.


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14 comments:

  1. Loop De Loop
    A Rhyming Glide on a Super Ride - How does it feel to ride the roller coaster? How does it make you feel about life?
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  2. Gearing Up
    A Limericked Ride on a Colt with Pride - For a horse-lover, perhaps nothing is more exciting and inspiring than the first ride or two on a young horse. Inestimable promise awaits, as horse and rider look forward to a lifetime together.
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  3. Untacked in Fact
    The Blessing of a Bond Shared from Birth - Raising young horses can be a blessing. What can top the trust that can be shared between a horse and rider, if the bond has been built since the equine's birth?
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  4. Zero to Fifty-Five
    Ride Like the Wind, and Arrive Alive! This flash-55 story relates a wild horseback ride in the countryside.
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  5. Struck by Luck
    Poem on "A Riding Pass on Surprise in the Grass" - what we found on an afternoon trail ride. Were we just plain lucky, or what?
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  6. Christmas Trail Ride - a Rhymed Activity on the Nativity
    When Mary went to Bethlehem, She rode atop an ass, but then, The trail was arduous and coarse; Perhaps she traveled on a horse.
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  7. Hefting Your Honey - Why a Bridegroom Carries His Bride Across the Threshold
    Traditionally, bridegrooms have carried their blushing brides across the thresholds on their wedding nights, or upon arrival in their newlywed home. Where did all this heavy lifting begin?
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  8. Enjoy the Ride: Surviving Daily Commuting
    Many commuters spend hours in their automobiles each day, tapping the gas and brake pedals in rhythm with the cars around them. How can you reduce stress, eliminate boredom, and use this time constructively?
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