One of our community members told us that with the prompt and the gong it really was like a three-ring circus around here. Yippee!!! She’s right! It has been wild, and it has also been wonderful.
To help us all keep up we’re providing a weekly overview again. This one is much simpler because the gong is wrapping up. Here are the links you’ll need to find your way around this week (join in whatever and whenever you can):
* Here is this week’s MONDAY PROMPT.
* The gong has been posting daily and will continue to do so, though Monday and Tuesday are its final days. Here are links to each day: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6 and Day 7.
* The “Come One, Come All” for the weekly prompt posts on Friday as usual. Watch for it!
In addition to being able to scroll down our main page and find current, relevant posts, here are some general, quick references to help you sort it out no matter when you jump in:
#1 / This announcement is filed under “Groundskeeping.” Anytime you feel lost, look up at the black navigation bar (the one with the white text) and click on Groundskeeping. There, you will find information of this exact sort: how to, when to, what to.
#2 / No Big Tent activity interrupts the flow and pace of our weekly prompts. The weekly prompts appear on Mondays, and we come together on Fridays (and all weekend) to share our poem links during “Come One, Come All.” Anytime you want to find the current prompt or participate in the current “Come One, Come All” find RING #1: Weekly Prompts in the navigation bar.
#3 / All of our gong posts (this week’s will be our first) will appear in RING #2: Gongs/Revisions, like the others, available in that same navigation bar. Once you click through, you’ll see the most current gong at the top of the page.
Don’t forget, you can always just scroll down the main page to see the latest, as well. No matter how you arrive at the posts with prompts or poems, you can join in by dropping notes and links in the comments sections. Those work like they always have!
Let us know what questions you have. Share with us your ideas. As we continue to grow, we expect to fall off the high wire from time to time. It’s why we have installed the safety nets.