Helen Palmer (nice_cup_of_tea) wrote,
Helen Palmer
nice_cup_of_tea

Week 37: The one with the catching up

Since so many of us, myself included, feel horribly behind on homework, this week's assignment is to: Complete an old homework assignment.

All old homework assignments can be found by using the links from the journaleers page. Pick one from this year or last year that you have never done, and do it!

Thanks everyone! Have fun going through the old assignments.


I like this sort of homework! I've been stressing for a while about all the homeworks I've missed. Which is stupid! This is something that should be fun - but my worrier, perfectionist brain just can't let those gaps go. So i've gone through and picked out 6 old homeworks that I want to catch up on. I've got the journal entries prepared and set them as private. And when I have time and inclination, I'll catch up with them. And from here on in, I will say to myself "Do I want to do this homework? Yes, then do it.." And if it doesn't appeal to me, then I will have no problems in saying "No, I am going to leave this one"

Anyway, here's the homework I've chosen to catch up on...


Week 32: The Super Powers One
Super journaleers
If you had superpowers, what would they be and how would you use them?


If I could be a superhero, then I would have to be "Worrier Woman". I would swoop down on unsuspecting worriers and blast their worries away. My magic touch would be almost imperceptible. Except that the worrier would suddently feel a whole lot lighter and easier with themselves. Initially they would have the nagging suspiscion that there was something that they had just been thinking about, but within a few minutes, it was as if that worrier had never existed - and indeed, they would have no idea that they had ever had such a worry. A side benefit would be the removal of frown lines on foreheads. My secondary super power would be to induce laughing and good humour at will. And by this I mean the sort of "head back, loud, belly aching, rib hurting, tear inducing" laugh that makes you feel glad to be alive.

My costume would consist of fashionable but practical combat trousers, trainers, fitted T-shirt and of course a tiara. I myself would have no worries, by hair would always behave, my eyebrows would never need re-shaping, I would have the perfect symmetrical smile and I would be an accomplished snowboarder, surfboarder and all round tri-athlete. My partner in crime fighting? "Six Pack Boy"... a bit of twenty something eye candy to make me and my customers happy :-) At the click of a finger he can create the perfect six pack for the discerning male or female punter. No hours in the gym, no sit-ups, just well toned core muscles. Available to anyone who plaintively cries "for the love of mercy I'd like a perfect six pack without the sweat and tears"
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