My take on the daily prompt: Connect the dots

So today’s task was to publish a post personalizing a daily prompt into our blog post.well,that’s Interesting and challenging!

So as a obedient blogger, I opened the daily prompt page. Wow,over there was a huge collection of prompts,sorted date wise. Scrolling down, CONNECT THE DOTS  prompt caught my attention. Clicking on it, I met the subject matter for my today’s post.:

‘Open your nearest book to page 82. Take the third full sentence on the page, and work it into a post somehow.’

Nearby book? Hmm,there must be some books on my desk. Yes,there was one but that was my course newsletter. Nonetheless I opened it, but alas! no page 82 here.I turned to the the next book in the pile- ‘The  Income tax Act’. As luck would have it, the page were numbered chapter wise in decimals. So I took up the next and last book on the table. Thankfully, this one had a page numbered 82,but this page contained solutions to some problems I had solved. No chance of finding a full line to turn in a blog post in these calculations.

Undettered,I got up and went to the dearby cabinet in a hope of finding a book with a page numbered ’82’. The books piled on the front were some I had accumulated to read someday(If you have read my introduction post, You’d know how long this someday’s awaiting arrival :P)

Anyways,I picked up the first one and finally, I found this as my third full sentence:

“Oil and gas resources form a dominant part of our primary energy mix and touch our lives in ways more than one”

Oh gosh! Oil and natural gas? What a topic!

To know what I did with it, click ME :p