I took my own sweet time to publish this roundup. Apologies for the delay. Do bear with me. The AtoZChallenge was keeping me busy. You can find my #AtoZChallenge posts here.
Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #32:
By Dave Madden at MMA Storytime: The nostalgia of your favorite fighter.
By Teresa at The Haunted Wordsmith: Invisible entities plotting humanity’s final demise.
By Sirisha Nandini Jala at queennandini: I feel nostalgia for high school.
By Joem at Does Writing Excuse Watching?: Dreamy Memories of a Wasted Life.
By teamfollowthrough at TEAM FOLLOW THROUGH: My heart longs for better days.
By Fandango at THIS, THAT, AND THE OTHER: Missing those days before the pandemic.
By Ramya Tantry at And Miles to go before I sleep…: TV nostalgia – 90’s commercials with serials..
By floridaborne: Fewer people rocked! No computer sucked.
By rugby843 at The Bag Lady: Laughing with old friends brings nostalgia.
By Rhen Laird at Cobbled Contemplations: Nostalgia’s rosy lens offers romantic view.
By Susi Bocks at I Write Her: Sentimental hearts genuinely showcase creased faces.
By Anish Nair at The Poetic Prism: Memories always belong to the future!
By Nova at Nova’s Namaste 365 Online: Nostalgia bandages wounds in due time.
By Sadje at Keep It Alive: Nostalgic dreams are my comfort zone.
By Julie at writingiswonderful: Nostalgia made clearing the clutter challenging.
By Aseem Rastogi at Transition of Thoughts: Her smile could always evoke nostalgia.
By Trzrs at Journeys in the Attic: Child’s Bible: “bridge over troubled waters“.
And last but not the least, here’s one from the host (Yes, that’s me. 🙂
By Shweta Suresh at My Random Ramblings: His photos were all she had.
Thanks to all of you for joining in. Hope to see you again next week. 🙂
A lot of care has been taken to ensure that all the responses to the prompt have been included in this roundup post. However, if I have accidentally missed out on any of your stories in this roundup, I am extremely sorry. Do let me know through the comments and I’ll add it to the roundup.
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