#dosomethingyummy Writing Prompts - Week 1

During February I will be posting a series of writing prompts so welcome to the first in the series.  I would love bloggers from all corners of the internet to join in, get creative, be inspired to write whilst helping to promote CLIC Sargent and Yummy Mummy Week - 10th to 18th March 2012.  

Why am I doing this?  This time it's personal and you can read all about that here.  You can also download the official press release and images to use in your posts from that link.  I want you to get inspired to do something (small or massive) to help support the CLIC Sargent charity.
How can you get involved?  Easy!! Each Monday for the next four weeks I shall be posting a series of writing prompts based around a general theme.  You choose one, write a blog post about it and come back here on Thursday of the same week and share a link to your blog post.  This means that we can all read what you've written and you can see what everyone else has written.  The links will stay open for the whole of February and March so you can add your links at any time.  I would also love it if you could share any of the posts on your social network platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.  If you're not a blogger but a regular reader then it would be great if you could share any of the posts on Facebook, Twitter, networking forums, by email to friends... anything.

Week 1 

What Your Children Mean To You

(pick any of the prompts)

  1. Personal post.  Why did you have children?  How have they changed your life?
  2. Yummy post.  Do you have any experience of childhood cancer?  
  3. Creative writing.  Imagine your child can't be at home with you.  You are missing them terribly.  How do you feel?  

And there I set you free with your imagination.  All I ask is that you include a link to the CLIC Sargent Yummy Mummy website (http://www.yummymummy.org.uk/) in your post and that you return on Thursday.


Additional Information

You can add a twibbon to your Twitter avatar
You can join the Facebook page
You can use the #dosomethingyummy hashtag on Twitter

The "Head Mums" supporting this campaign are:
Me *waves* - @nickie72 - Typecast
Mirka - @kahanka - All Baby Advice
Claire - @The LazyGirlBlog - Lazy Girl Blog
Susanne - @ghostwritermumm - Ghostwriter Mummy