A response in not as much avoidance of the Daily Post’s Writing Prompt https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/recreate/
Wait…what does it mean to re-create something?
Did it get broken and now need to be fixed? Like my big girl camera that I was going to take on my trip next week which is now broken? But it can’t be re-created, only fixed.
So, what can you actually re-create?
Maybe if I didn’t back up the essay I wrote for my class and it disappeared, I would have to re-create it. But would it really ever be the same? Can you actually re-create it if you lost the original?
Doesn’t creation imply uniqueness? So how can something be RE-created?
Ok, just a minute. The dictionary says “to give new life or freshness to.” But isn’t that just to “refresh” or “freshen up”?
Maybe I just need to re-create myself another cup of coffee…
Better now? Re-created, man!
Posted on September 16, 2017, in Daily Post and tagged Daily Post. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
she’s broken?! Oh no….
Well, it turned out not as broken as I thought. The SD slot locking mechanism is broken, but a new card should still work – but as my old card was broken (didn’t know that) and the new card I bought is NOT compatible with my camera (didn’t know that either), the broken isn’t as big a deal. I did, however, still get a new (new to me) camera today!!
Yay! Have fun with it.
I keep giggling at big girl camera 🙂
I agree, recreation is … vague.
If you created it, then after some pondering, you decide you don’t quite like it, then … you re-create it to suit yourself. Some people actually re-create themselves, even. Or at least their image, since one cannot re-create, I don’t think, their DNA. 🎨