05-30-13: "Efflorescence"

The Merriam-Webster Word of the Day that inspired today's scene was "Efflorescence," which is defined as "The action or process of developing and unfolding as if coming into flower."

I took it in a decidedly... bizarre direction. But I hope you enjoy.

 Yeah, he's  that  coworker. Thomas didn't even get to any comments about 'wood.'

Yeah, he's that coworker. Thomas didn't even get to any comments about 'wood.'

05-22-13: "Canker"

 Fun fact: "Canker" comes from the Latin "Cancer," meaning crab. Just in case you were wondering where this one came from.

Fun fact: "Canker" comes from the Latin "Cancer," meaning crab. Just in case you were wondering where this one came from.

Hey guys! Scene of the Day is back again! I started doing these while I was working on my last full-time writing job as a fun way of warming up in the morning - When the movie I was working on fell apart, my usual routine of warming up with a Scene of the Day did too. I'm going to try and get back into it though!

01-19-13: "Mentor"

Mentor: "A trusted counselor or guide."

 To be fair, the cock-fighting was a pretty good metaphor of learning to be quick on your feet when life throws unexpected obstacles at you. The "unexpected obstacle" in this case being "a really pissed-off rooster."

To be fair, the cock-fighting was a pretty good metaphor of learning to be quick on your feet when life throws unexpected obstacles at you. The "unexpected obstacle" in this case being "a really pissed-off rooster."

01-16-13: "Inchmeal"

Inchmeal: "Little-by-little, gradually."

 "Would you mind if maybe I just grabbed some reading material or something? I mean not that your sweating and shaking and whole 'looking-terrified' thing isn't engaging it's just... this isn't a very flattering angle for you, y'know?"

"Would you mind if maybe I just grabbed some reading material or something? I mean not that your sweating and shaking and whole 'looking-terrified' thing isn't engaging it's just... this isn't a very flattering angle for you, y'know?"