I am running terribly behind with just about everything.
We are mostly unpacked with just a few lingering boxes of things I’m not sure if I’m going to unpack floating about. Things are starting to settle for my family. We enrolled our daughter in school, and we’re starting to learn the lay of the land. That being said, it’s time for me to start getting back on track with things. I need to write three short stories at this point (June, July, and August’s).
With that in mind, I’m going to try and get caught up in the next few weeks so that by Septemeber, I can get back to my normal posting schedule.
I’ve already posted June’s prompt, but it was so long ago, I will re-post it now:
After the funeral, I spent the next few days in the attic, reading the letters my mother had written him in the years before they were married. He had never been the sentimental type, so I was surprised to find a whole box of them, carefully bundled. Even more surprising was…Complete the Story
For July, here is the prompt I never got around to posting because of the move:
It felt uncanny, but oddly good, to hear kids running through the house again. I wondered if I could handle being a father, or at least a father figure, after all these years. I thought about the times when…Complete the Story
And finally, the story prompt that I should be writing for August:
Always the same old lines whenever she came home for the holidays, like her parents were rehearsing a play over and over and never could get it right. Yet they didn’t seem to notice how much they repeated themselves. Her father would sit down to dinner and say…Complete the Story
It’s a lot to write in the next few weeks, but here we go…
Happy reading and writing everyone!
2 thoughts on “Getting back on track…”
It sucks playing catch-up with writing, but overcoming that and ‘having written’ is always worth all the effort. Wishing you all the best with your current WIPs!