Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge #2

This week's topic: Topics I could give an impromptu speech on.

There are quite a few topics I can talk deeply about.

1. Pre-historic history - Having to hear dinosaur facts from my older brother everyday of my life (not really) it has rub off on me, as while as my little brother.

2. Any time period in history - I'm a huge history buff. There are some period history I can talk more then others. The three main ones you has to sit down for are pirates and the age of sail,  the Aztecs, and the Victorian era.

3. Movies - mainly on the history and making of movies.

4. Botany -  This is what I'm studying now so I'm going to know a lot of detail about the anatomy of plants.

5. Chickens - I use to own chickens and that was the topic I pick in speech class. I can talk in great detail about the care and benefits of these birds.


  1. Good list! I don't know anything about chickens other than they chased me and i wasn't a fan. Lol! Go you on learning about botany, too. :-)

  2. I love talking about pre-historic history, too!

    What is one thing that most people don't know about chickens?

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/wednesday-weekly-blogging-challenge-topics-i-could-give-an-impromptu-speech-on/

  3. Enjoyed your llst. History I love to learn about. Chickens, I had a pet chicken once, turned out to be a fighting cock and didn't like anyone but me. Beautiful, black bird big too. Thanks for sharing. Here's mine. https://www.tenastetler.com/lsrs-wednesdays-blog-challenge-topics-impromptu-speech/

  4. As a lover of all things relating to history, I'd love to listen to you talk on the subject, Anna! Great post!

    Here's mine: https://www.marymorganauthor.com/post/long-and-short-reviews-weekly-blog-challenge-04-08-20

  5. Is your brother Ross Gellar? Hah, sorry. :) But I love botany, only wish I knew more about it.

    My post

  6. Aztecs are an absolutely fascinating topic (and my knowledge there is relatively superficial). I've done a bit of research on keeping chickens for a writing project, but never tried it in real life.

    My list is here.

  7. Botany is interesting. That's something I would like to learn more about someday.

  8. Ah, a history buff, someone after my own heart. https://pmprescott.blogspot.com/2020/04/wc-040820.html

  9. The only history teacher I ever enjoyed listening to was my late "faither" who was from Glesga (Glasgow), and he wasn't a teacher, but a carpenter. But he had the "gift of gab" that some Celts do--some tell me I have it also. He'd tell stories about, say, Hadrian's Wall, built by the Romans in the British Islands, to keep the Picts and the Celts away from their armies. And he'd make it sound like he was there! He used to refer to Shakespeare as "ma old China (friend) Will."

  10. The history of movies would be a great one to hear.