Thursday, July 23, 2009

Help a mother out.

So, since I'm leaving on Sunday, I will not be here to get the prompts for Mama Kat's Thursday Writer's Workshop that I do my best to participate in every week. She gives us loyal readers a few prompts, and then we take it from there, writing our little hearts out.

Well, in honor of Writer's Workshop, and my inability to play along this week, I'm going to ask for your help.

I've been asking Dennis to do a guest post for quite a while now. He's a great writer, and he's really stinkin' funny, but he can't seem to think of anything he wants to write about. It's a nasty case of writer's block, so put your thinking caps on and see if you can't help us out.

Leave me a comment telling me any ideas you have for guest posts that Dennis can write. To get you started, here are a few things about Dennis to get your noggin thinking of some ideas. He loves reptiles of all kinds, he's totally hot, he teaches 3rd grade, he takes karate, and he shares my love of white chocolate. He despises peanut butter and won't let me sit within 5 feet of him if I've consumed any. He loves to read, loves Will Ferrel movies, and still watches Beavis and Butthead.

Now, be gone - go think, and then come back with some ideas for Dennis. Gracias.


Elizabeth said...

What a man! Sounds like a great catch :) That's funny about the peanut butter, LOL My mom is the same way. Hates it. Can't stand to smell it. Don't even mention pb to her! She says it's because her and her 5 other brothers and sisters had to eat so much of it when they were little (they were dirt poor).

Kelly said...

I would love to hear your husband's side of things while you were going through PPD!!! (Hubby went through it too!)
Please tell some funny stories about teaching!!

Michelle said...

Is Dennis your husband?

Maybe he could write about how bad peanut butter smells. LOL

BreAnne said...

Give your best Dadvice for moms

Jenners said...

When I tried to get Mr. Jenners to guest post, I had the same problem. Then we hit upon the idea of having my readers ask him questions to answer and he liked that. Perhaps you could attempt that!