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Being Content in my ONLYness #fmfparty

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Being Content in my ONLYness #fmfparty

I’m joining in on the #fmfparty (Five Minute Friday). This is a writer’s link up hosted by Kate Motaung. Each Friday, she offers a single word writing prompt. The participants have five minutes to free write whatever comes to mind using that one word as their prompt. No overthinking, no editing. However, being the rebel (and perfectionist) that I am, I will likely edit for spelling and blatantly bad grammar.

I hope whatever I write makes some sort of sense and I’m not totally embarrassing myself. This is be a good exercise for me. It helps me get some words out and keeps the writing juices flowing. It also helps me connect with other writers who long to become better writers and are willing to be vulnerable with their craft.

Today’s prompt is ONLY.

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Never send the NEIGHBOR’s dish back empty. #fmfparty

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Never send the NEIGHBOR’s dish back empty. #fmfparty

I’m joining in on the #fmfparty (Five Minute Friday). This is a writer’s link up hosted by Kate Motaung. Each Friday, she offers a single word writing prompt. The participants have five minutes to free write whatever comes to mind using that one word as their prompt. No overthinking, no editing. However, being the rebel that I am, I will likely edit for spelling and blatant bad grammar.

I hope whatever I write makes some sort of sense and I’m not totally embarrassing myself. This will be a good way for me to get some words out and keep the writing juices flowing. It will also help me connect with other writers who long to become better writers and are willing to be vulnerable with their craft.

Today’s prompt is NEIGHBOR.

My five minutes starts now. Ready. Set. Go.

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Words and Pictures: A COLLECTion of Memories #fmfparty

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Words and Pictures: A COLLECTion of Memories #fmfparty

I’m joining in on the #fmfparty (Five Minute Friday). This is a writer’s link up hosted by Kate Motaung. Each Friday, she offers a single word writing prompt. The participants have five minutes to free write whatever comes to mind using that one word as their prompt. No overthinking, no editing. However, being the rebel that I am, I will likely edit for spelling and blatant bad grammar.

I hope whatever I write makes some sort of sense and I’m not totally embarrassing myself. This will be a good way for me to get some words out and keep the writing juices flowing. It will also help me connect with other writers who long to become better writers and are willing to be vulnerable with their craft.

Today’s prompt is COLLECT.

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Life is too short to be comfortable. #FMFParty

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Life is too short to be comfortable. #FMFParty

I’m joining in on the #fmfparty (Five Minute Friday Party). This is a writer’s link up hosted by Kate Motaung. Each Friday, she offers a single word writing prompt. The participants have five minutes to free write whatever comes to mind using that one word as their prompt. No overthinking, no editing. However, being the rebel that I am, I will likely edit for spelling and blatant bad grammar.

I hope whatever I write makes some sort of sense and I’m not totally embarrassing myself. This will be a good way for me to get some words out and keep the writing juices flowing. It will also help me connect with other writers who long to become better writers and are willing to be vulnerable with their craft.

Today’s prompt is COMFORT.

My five minutes starts now. Ready. Set. Go.

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Unlearning How To PLAY: #FMFParty

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Unlearning How To PLAY: #FMFParty

Even for the most dedicated writer, the living of the story often trumps the writing of it. Such has been the case for me lately. Our family has been in a season of major transitions, not bad ones just big ones. Although the words are forming and floating around on the inside, I’m left with very little time to punch them out on my keypad.

So…

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