Every Wednesday our creative writing prompt encourages you to take up your pen and indulge your author self!
Ever heard the phrase, "dog days of summer'? Did you know the phrase came from the early greeks and Romans who named the dog days after a bright stars that rose in the summer sky? Ancient people believed the dog days were an evil time that caused oceans to boil, wind to turn sour and dogs to pant and foam. What does the phrase mean to you? For this week's writing prompt, write your own description of the dog days of summer.