I've been thinking about the title of the monthly challenge--Slices of Life. The word "slice" means something thin, a part, portion, or share. I even like the word itself--it feels slim, easy, and smooth when you say it.
--The title of the challenge is inviting in itself--it's a challenge that doesn't demand a lot of something or something whole, just a piece of something. Then my mind went to "What do you think of when you hear the word "slice?"
These are the wonderful thoughts that come to my mind:
sliced bread. sliced meats, sliced almonds,
sliced cheese, sliced egg, sliced olives,
sliced kiwi and bananas, slice lemon and lime, slices of watermelon and apple,
sliced onion, sliced pizza, sliced beets,
slices of cake, slices of pie
--Oh, yum!!! This word conjures up all kinds of good thoughts. This word can also be a noun, a verb, an adjective, and an adverb. How flexible can a word be?
--Oh, my, does a slice get any better than this? Yes, when you write a slice, and you're proud!!!