The Official Writing Challenge
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06/16/16
Nice recounting of a Bible story. I'm not sure why the son referred to his mother as Bubba. Otherwise, I have no red ink.
06/18/16
Very nice! You conveyed the heartache and the sure faith of "Bubba" so well. I really like Bible stories retold from a different POV, and you did a wonderlul job with this one, and with the topic.
06/22/16
Well done...loved this.

Blessings~
06/22/16
This story had a good message. God will supply our daily needs.
I like your choice ofBible story to illustrate this topic, and how you helped the reader connect with the plight of the family.
My red ink would be that you had 220 more words with which you could have painted more detail in to the story. Perhaps, rather than the short summary of your last paragraph, you might have continued to describe the family's daily activities, perhaps the widow's doubts, then her surprise upon rising the next day to find enough flour and oil for that day's bread.
Thank you forthe beautiful reminder of God's amazing provision.
06/23/16
Congrats!

Well done.

Blessings~
06/23/16
Congratulations, Elaine, on placing 1st place in the Intermediate category and moving into the Advanced category.

06/23/16
Is Bubba like the name grandmother in English? I think it is used in Russia and other countries.
Congratulations on ranking 1st in your level and 19 overall. The highest rankings can be found on the message boards.
06/25/16
Congratulations on 2nd Place Level 2.
06/25/16
Oops- So sorry for the typo. Congratulations on 1st Place, Level 2!
07/07/16
You delivered a wonderful widows perspective in your retelling of this beloved story.
07/24/16
Great interpretation of one of my favorite stories.