Results from the What I Learned From Metaphors for Life Group Writing Project

Robert Hruzek’s WILF group writing projects are getting back in gear with the What I Learned From Metaphors for Life Group Writing Project which pulled in 19 entries.

What I Learned From group writing project

Results

  1. Meta-metaphor, by Chip Sterling at Chip’s Quips
  2. Life is a Stinky City, by Luke Gedeon at Luke Gedeon
  3. Life is Chaos, by Ulla Hennig at Ulla Hennigs Weblog
  4. Life is like a stop/start journey, by Karin H. at Stop/Start
  5. Life is a “House” Episode, by Brad Shorr at Word Sell, Inc.
  6. Life is Like a Moon Bounce, by Karen Swim at Words for Hire
  7. This Mystery Called Life, by Jean Browman at Cheerful Monk
  8. Life is not (a) fair. It is a Circus, by Luke Gedeon at Luke Gedeon
  9. Life As a Shared Adventure, by Jean Browman at Stress to Power
  10. Life is Like a Game of Golf, by Jackie Cameron at Jackie Cameron
  11. My Darlin’ Clementine, by Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings
  12. Life is a Garden Maze, by Glenda Hyatt Watson, at Do It Myself Blog
  13. Life is: A Group Writing Project, by Joanna Young at Confident Writing
  14. Life is a Game of Dodge Ball, by Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings
  15. If only your life is a WordPress project, by Robert Henru at Reason-4-Smile
  16. Mission Impossible, Life Changing Metaphors, by Grant Stone at StoneWriter
  17. Motorcycle Mechanic on Wheels, by Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings
  18. Life is a Piece of Cake, by Lillie Amman at A Writer’s Words, An Editor’s Eye
  19. A Day for 8: Life is Like a Game You Cannot Lose, by Rosa Say of Talking Story With Say Leadership Coaching

3 thoughts on “Results from the What I Learned From Metaphors for Life Group Writing Project”

  1. Jacob,

    Received a Google Alert about your round-up of Robert’s group writing project (erroneously crediting me with Jean’s Shared Adventure post) and was just about to e-mail Robert to inform him of the error so he could correct it with you. Decided to visit your site first, though, and I’m happy to see that the correction has already been made!

    Sorry for the mix-up, Jean!

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