The Official Writing Challenge
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I am still smiling. That was so sweet!
Wow! That baby must have had a big back to get all that on there in a readable fashion. A fun read,with a neat ending.
12/11/10
Creative and FUN. Yes - not quite as polished as it could be, but you definitely had me guessing throughout, and loving what I read. Enjoyed this, Shann!
You write very well, and hey, it could happen! Your story made me grin. My identical twin boys were born w/birthmarks, one had a strawberry birthmark on top of his almost bald head, the other had a purple birthmark in the shape of an upside down heart on his chest. I felt God marked them so I could tell them apart easily!
Awww, cute story! I think some of the "instruction manual" is written on our hearts. It's a mother's natural instinct to love and feed the baby. Cute idea to make it a littleral "sign".
I feel honored! :)Loved the story!
12/13/10
teehee, that was absolutely adorable!! I loved it. :)
12/14/10
You wouldn't read about it!! Good heart-warming story.
12/14/10
An unusual take for a story! Anything is possible with God, but let's just pray in unison and not ask for more than is necessary. An interesting read.
12/15/10
You get top marks for creativity on this one! What fun read. Oh, and yes, of course I waiting along with the "parents" to find out just what was "wrong" with this baby. :)
12/26/10
Wow, what a precious God we serve. Prayer said, Prayer answered! Great writing. Love It.
12/31/10
Just getting caught up on reading earlier entries. Sure am glad I didn't miss this one! So clever.
Shannikins, I absolutely >i>love your imaginative take on this and I actually gasped after: The birthmark is a vivid purple and it appears to have words on it. The whole thing is...it COULD happen! :)