A week ago I thought I’d posted my last ever Carry
On Tuesday prompt. Since then I have been besieged by messages asking me to reconsider,
and the number of contributions soared to four times that of the previous week!
If ever I thought Carry On Tuesday had fallen out of favour, I was clearly
wrong. So, it’s business as usual! I do however have one request; I know we all lead busy lives, but it would be great if each of us could take a little time out to click on our fellow writer's links. Thank you. Right, carry on...!
Our prompt this week is the last sentence of Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel Gone with the Wind
After all, tomorrow is another day.
Use some or all of the words in your poem or short story, then leave your details with Mister Linky. Please click on other links to see how our friends have used the prompt
To read a few other memorable quotes from Gone with the Wind and to see a wonderful trailer for the movie version of the book, pop over to Carry On Tuesday Plus