Allergic to ‘E’ challenge

So I was challenged by the lovely *ahem* Every Word You Say to undertake writing an entire paragraph without using the letter E once. (By the way, I haven’t started yet, just in case you were thinking I really haven’t understood the point of this!! 🙂 )


I shall begin now. Holy macaroni, how tough. A quick brainstorm and what joy, amazingly I can still wax lyrical about pink, unicorns, a fabulous sparkly fairy, fun things such as knights, dragons, roaring dinosaurs, glowing light from bright moons shining in a dark night sky.

Also, a fun fact about your author, four birthdays flown past from a point that, big with baby bump, I took against an innocuous thing, a tomato, and still to this day, I can’t stand to munch that fruit.

So thanks to you, blogging buddy, for passing on this writing hardship, so tough, traumatic I would go so far to say. Now though, I must go, for a mosquito is trying to hunt my tasty blood.

Boom! 😀


Wow, so I am more than a little proud of myself now. As Mr Pear Bear said; nailed it! High praise indeed!

Never one to hog all the fun, I nominate these bloggers to do the same! Let’s get those synapses firing!! 😀

  • Link to the person who nominated you and thank them. 
  • Write a paragraph without using the letter ‘E’.
  • Nominate 5 other bloggers.
  1. Inte fan gor det det (I am so interested to see if this is easier or harder in another language!)
  2. Claire at Art and Soul
  3. Sophie Speaks Up
  4. Occupation (m)other
  5. Silence Killed the Dinosaurs

And that’s me done! Phew, goodbye for now! 😀


11 thoughts on “Allergic to ‘E’ challenge

      • I did it! (I don’t mind sharing it here. It’s just that I’m just not sure I could get a whole blog post out of it. As you will see, my paragraph doesn’t really relate to anything I’m saying here. I guess it could be part of a fictional book, but it wouldn’t slot neatly into a blog post like yours did.) It was daunting, but when I got started it wasn’t too bad. And it was fun!

        “I walk up a narrow, twisting mountain path. Thick cloud pools and swirls all around, soupy, and I am lost in fog. It is damp against my skin, as though cold, clammy hands touch my body. If my foot slips on the slick rock I will fall.”

        And I just realised that I could have started with “it was a dark and stormy night…” and tried to tell a campfire horror story. But oh well.

        Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s