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Sunday Invitation – for November 30th

Sunday Invitation – for November 30th


It's Sunday again, and the MEME EXPRESS invites you to join us at SIMPLY SNICKERS for today's prompt:


glide

glimmer

gold

grace


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Saturday

Fantasy

All Aboard the Meme Express – Friday, November 28, 2008


Famed fantasy writers Madeleine L’Engle (A Wrinkle in Time) and C.S. Lewis (The Chronicles of Narnia) were both born on this date. Madeleine L’Engle was born in 1918, and C.S. Lewis was born in 1898.


Today, the Meme Express prompt is simple: “fantasy.” Here are a few optional questions, to get you started.


Have you read any of Madeleine L’Engle’s books?

Which is your favorite?

Have you read any of C.S. Lewis’ books?

Which is your favorite?

Do you like fantasy fiction?

Are you a science fiction fan?

What is your favorite genre of book?



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Friday

Pilgrim

All Aboard the Meme Express – Friday, November 28, 2008



John Bunyan, British author of the classic Christian allegory, The Pilgrim’s Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come, was born on November 28, 1628.


Today, the Meme Express prompt is simple: “pilgrim.” Here are a few optional questions, to get you started.


Have you read The Pilgrim’s Progress?

Did you like it?

What was your favorite part of the book?

Who was your favorite character?

Did you learn anything from The Pilgrim’s Progress?

Have you ever felt like a pilgrim?

If you were to take a pilgrimage, where would you go?



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Wednesday

Thankful

All Aboard the Meme Express – Wednesday, November 26, 2008



On November 26, 1789, George Washington, the first American President, declared the date to be the first national Thanksgiving Day. From that date on, U.S. Presidents declared a national Thanksgiving Day holiday. Finally, in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln officially proclaimed the fourth Thursday in November as the annual Thanksgiving Day.


On this date, Americans everywhere are reminded to recall the Plymouth Pilgrims, their Mayflower ocean journey and the Divine Providence that established their little community in the New World. May we follow the example of the original American Pilgrims and be thankful for the many blessings we enjoy.


Today, the Meme Express prompt is simple: “thankful.”


For what are you thankful today?

Do you celebrate Thanksgiving?

How do you celebrate?

Do you like to eat turkey?

Have you ever seen a wild turkey?

How about those bowl games?

How might you consider yourself to be a pilgrim?



The Meme Express will not post a new prompt

on Thanksgiving Day (11-27-08).

Please feel free to post to any prompt from our archives,

if you wish.



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