Day 147

Prompt: You come into work one morning and the dry erase board by your desk has a note on it that you didn't write. You assume it's a coworker friend so, just to amuse yourself, you respond to the note on the board with your own note. The next morning you come in and there's...   …

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Day 82

Prompt: Nothing changes or nothing had changed (open-ended).   As I turn onto the street holding my childhood home, my heart speeds up. I drive slowly, telling myself it's in case there are children playing near the road even though I know I'm procrastinating the inevitable. A lot has changed since I was last here; …

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Day 77

Since I had a short writing yesterday, I'm going to continue it today. Prompt: everything changes or everything had changed.   My father is quiet for a moment, studying my face. He looks remarkably the same, like no time has passed, like this whole place is sealed in time. "Hello, Jane," he says, stepping to …

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Day 76

Prompt: Everything changes or everything had changed.   The house loomed on the hill above, imposing even at this distance, as regal as I remembered. I watched the house as David drove up the twisting driveway. The windows were curtained, unusual for this time of year, and I wondered for the fiftieth time this morning …

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Day 74

Prompt: everything changes or everything had changed (bit open ended this week).   The buzzing of my phone wakes me, the sound echoing in the quiet room. I groan, rolling over and shielding my eyes as the screen lights up. I answer without looking, eyes squeezed tight. "Hello?" "Eva, you have to help me. It's …

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