Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Prompt 10

writing practice

Ahhhh, July in New England! There’s nothing quite like it…and I do my best not to think of the fleeting nature of the season here in Maine; as my husband’s great-aunt used to say: “It’s the Fourth of July…summer’s over!” I’m trying my damndest to fit in the entirety of my summertime bucket list, but I’ve also made it a priority to keep up with my weekly writing prompts…so here you go! See if you can shoehorn this in to your own summer agenda…and share, share, share the love! Here are the rest of the prompts, with my own responses:

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt #1

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to prompt #2

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt #3

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt #4

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt #5

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt #6

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt #7

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 8

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 9

Choose a moral dilemma (for example, you see someone pocket several items at a CVS; you’re in a car at night, with people you don’t know well, and the driver hits a dog that ran into the road; you learn that a friend is having unprotected sex, etc.) and explain what you would do.  More importantly, explain why you would do it. What do you know about yourself that accounts for such a decision?