It’s time for another Thursday Writing Prompt. These prompts are as much about getting me moving on the keyboard as they are idea-starters for generating stories. It’s been raining heavily for the past few days and all I really want to do right now is curl up on the sofa and read a good novel. Problem is, though, that I’ve read through the ones I just bought and I have a full work day ahead. And I’m trying to convince myself that I really do need to go out at lunch for half and half. Coffee is one thing I will not do without!
We had new windows installed in a few rooms, which meant moving some furniture, which inevitably meant cleaning up dust bunnies and tossing a few odds and ends, mostly boxes and papers that were extinct months ago. So now I have it in mind to rearrange my office, but I need to do that without reinjuring my shoulder. Still, I’ve started culling books and magazines I won’t revisit, and trying to convince myself to give away some craft supplies for things I’ve tried and really don’t like to do — mostly, that’s anything related to sewing. I’m just not a seamstress. Sigh.
In the spirit of cleaning house, your writing prompt is to imagine that you have fallen in love with a tiny house. You know, one of those little homes, around 400 or 500 square feet. They’re often quirky, sometimes based on a theme, and generally have some ingenious storage solutions. Never mind whether you could really afford one of these little gems, or that you, your family, your dog, and your pony would fit into it — your task is to imagine an incredible tiny house and take your readers on a tour of the little home. Have fun!
And don’t blame me if you end up spending waaaaay too much time trawling the web looking at tiny home photos.