Write about the oldest thing you own.
Back in the day we called the December-January school break: Christmas Break. We called Columbus Day: Columbus Day. We didn’t care about calories, especially on Thanksgiving and for holiday meals. We played outside with kids in our neighborhood. We “scrolled” through comic books. We danced to music from jukeboxes. Writing Prompt: Back in the day.
What do you need? Right now. What do you need? Other prompts relating to need: What do you need to hear? Lin Manuel Miranda pondered this question and the result is surprising. Want vs need. Discovering wants versus needs.
I will always have . . .
What can you control? What can you let go of?
If you could invite anyone to share a meal with, dead or alive, who would you invite and why?
If you, or your fictional character, could learn a foreign language, what would it be and why? Or: Write about your experience with learning another language.
What is the one thing that makes you smile every time you think about it or him/her/them? Every time you remember this, you smile. Every time.
Moving Day. Write about a moving experience.
Writing prompt: Windows. Or, more specifically: Peeking into windows. Imagine it’s Halloween Eve. Or Christmas Eve. Or New Year’s Eve. You are walking and see lights in windows. Peek into a window. What do you see?