Ways to be Static


Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. 


Opposite of dynamic. To be dynamic is to move and grow, so be static is to stay still, to remain  unmoving. 1

Static, unmoving–but scary as all get-out.


Static is also what we get in our hair and clothing in the cold, dry winter air.  We used to enjoy the way our oldest son’s hair would stand straight up when he was a toddler, moving whichever way we moved out hands just above his head.  And I, for one, was very thankful to the folks who created the spray that cuts down on static cling. staticelectr


Static is also what you hear when there’s a poor radio or telephone connection.



It can also mean ‘angry or critical talk or behavior.” Just don’t give me any static.



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