Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Prompt 11

writing practice

Hello, my lovelies…and I’m so sorry for my absence! I’ve been on vacation these last two weeks…and I’m the type that does NOTHING but read when I’m on vacation. I blasted through Justin Cronin’s Passage trilogy (LOVED IT), along with a W. Somerset Maugham collection of short stories I’ve been meaning to read. Why does it feel so sinful to do nothing but read on the beach and eat untold quantities of various salty carbohydrates? I should consider it part of my ongoing professional research…

Anyhoo, here (finally) is your next prompt (in red, per usual); I have included prompt #10, as #11 directly refers to it. Also attached are my own previous responses. Enjoy!

(Prompt 10: 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?)

Now explain what someone else would do, writing in the 3rd person…

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

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 10