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Prompt #100: Full circle

When something “comes full circle,” it completes a cycle or returns to it’s beginnings. There are so many examples of things we have subconsciously declared to be ‘full circles’ such as the ‘top ten of…’ posts some people do, the lists of the 100 best blogs we see or the A-Z challenges bloggers participate in, where, when we reach Z, we have come full circle. The end of a story can be taken as a full circle too, and so can the number 100. Or a 1000 for that matter, but for the case of this week’s prompt, we will see 100 as a full circle. Incredible to think we have made it to 100 prompts and we are still a growing community. Up to last week 155 individual blogs have participated in Wicked Wednesday. Unfortunately some of those blogs have disappeared, but I hope we will gain a lot of new players for the next 100 prompts. Spread the word, please!

So, when have you come full circle? Have you just completed a story? Or a challenge? Do you have a top ten to share? Or maybe you had an experience in your life that you look back on and know you have come ‘full circle’? Be creative and share your full circle posts!


Please note:

  1. The rules for this meme can be found here and you can download the Wicked Wednesday badge on the same page.
  2. Don’t forget to add the Wicked Wednesday button to your post, post on your blog and come back here to link your post. You have from the moment the prompt appears until Thursday morning roundabout 9.00 am (Western European time) to link your post on the Wicked Wednesday Entries page.
  3. There will be a prompt every week to help those who need a little push of inspiration to put something to paper… Or rather, to know which keys to touch.
  4. Please note that it is not compulsory to follow the prompt. It is only here for inspiration when you need it!

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