Daily Prompt: BORROWED
Today’s one-word prompt: Borrowed
I guess most times in some stage of our lives we’ve borrowed from someone. I’ve borrowed a few times from a relative. Once it was money, and another time a sari.
Money I borrowed because I received a scholarship to study far away from my home. I was required to carry 500 rupees. So I borrowed the money, promising to pay as soon as I have the money. Years passed I hadn’t fulfilled my promise, suddenly I remembered I wasn’t given the money, rather I was supposed to pay her back. I had some US dollars which I gave her to pay back my loan, she had a smile on her face, she realized I had paid back much more than I owed.
The sari I borrowed was for a day only which I returned at the end of the day.
Keep meaning to ask you … have you considered putting a pingback into your daily prompt posts? You’ve got lots of great stuff others might like to see that aren’t following you yet and that’s a great way to connect with them. If you want to start doing that, look on the Daily Prompt page for the instructions. And if you don’t want to then carry on my friend! 🙂 Marianne
Thank you Marianne, but I don’t know how the pingback works.
I sure can use some help. 🙂
Easy peasy. Somewhere in the post, insert the link for the prompt’s page. So for today’s borrowed prompt, the page to use is:
Sometimes I insert it as a hyperlink to the same word I’ve used in the post, which I did in mine for today. Other times, I simply put it at the bottom with something like “In response to today’s Daily Prompt: xxxxx”
Do you follow what I’m saying?
Thank you Marianne.
Thank you for sharing this post about borrowing. When I think of borrowing, I think of sharing. And when I think of sharing, I realize that, if it weren’t for each other, none of us would make it in life.
All good wishes,
Studying Iqbal had transformed you into a philosopher. Which is great. 🙂