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Say What Friday

Greetings all!

We survived another week.

How goes the writing/image creating? If not so great, no worries there is still some month left.

Bingo is this month's challenge, and I must say the cards are very inspiring. Especially the flim noir ones.

Onto this week's inspiring quote.

"In order to succeed your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure."

Bill Cosby

Do with it what you will.


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Sep. 21st, 2018 01:59 pm (UTC)
i never saw the noir ones posted...so now I must go find them :)
Sep. 21st, 2018 02:16 pm (UTC)
They are in Dreamy's second bingo card post.
Sep. 21st, 2018 02:39 pm (UTC)
Last I saw there were to be posted...but never saw an update. probably just me missing things, but I found it now :D
Sep. 26th, 2018 04:58 pm (UTC)
I've killed several prompts today...but for the life of me I can't figure out how to make the whole thing visible (my stuff is always too long for these reply boxes!) I'd put it in my journal, but since it doesn't have a public option, no one could get to it...

Anyhow, I played with the success/failure quote as part of the day's effort.

A little Daredevil in my RP world...no warnings or spoilers necessary.

But here's the clip:

And he was growing weaker.

Not that they noticed. Men still bled, bones still broke. The Havensport law enforcement agencies found their jails bursting with an array of criminals in those days in between as Matthew kept up his frenzied stress-relieving pace. But he noticed the decline himself. The slight stiffness in his limbs, the barely perceptible sluggishness behind his punch, the vague muting of the sounds in the world around him. It had never happened before so he had nothing to compare the change to, but something Curt had said when he came to tell Matthew about the change in household status…a change both Constantine and Cassidy had already informed him of by then.

Something about a Firsts connection to their head of house.

If that meant he was going to be left impotent…powerless…from the loss of her, now that he was bound? Or worse…was it going to be the death of him?

Well not before he rid Havensport of every criminal he could find. Not before Constantine brought her home.

Not before he did everything in his power to make sure she came back.

His desire for that, his desire to have her safe, was greater than the fear of failure. He would succeed, or he would die trying. And if he died to succeed, that was acceptable too.
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