Three years ago i bought a book in Tampa which is meant to be a great for creative like minds and for the past three years I have made it my New Years Resolution to complete it. The book is called 642 Things To Write About by The San Francisco Writers Grotto. I never got round to writing many of them so what’s a better way then getting through them then writing a few as an article each week! Enjoy!
13. Pick a small object to be given one day to your great-grandchild. write a letter to that child explaining why you have chosen this object
This is my charm bracelet, it was given to me by my mum on my 21st birthday and i am going to give it to you because each charm defines me as a person. I have only ever bought charms for it when it was an important moment or chapter in my life so they all mean something very dear to me. It has been passed down to you after 2 generations and really hope that you look after it and maybe one day pass it down to your children.
14. Describe yourself in the third person – your physical appearance and personality – as though you were a character in a book.
Meet Holly, She is girl that is the hero of this story. She has long brown hair that on a good day can be as straight and as pretty as they most loveliest flower on earth, however on a bad day it can be as curly as a bad nightmare and scare most people. Most days, her hair situation is usually in the middle. Holly is a very happy go lucky person, she lives life in the moment and to the full, she lives in he dreams and all loves to go on adventures and meet new people.
15. Describe something you wanted badly and once you got it, never used
There was once a Christmas back in the late nineties / early 2000’s where the main toy that was the ‘in thing’ was a robotic dog called Poochi. I got it for christmas and hardly used it as it was really disappointing and didn’t do as much as what was advertised.
16. Describe an electronic device in the future that you won’t know how to operate
The fact that technology is getting more and more advanced, it may be difficult to operate even the easiest piece of technology.
17. A storm destroys your uncle’s shed and kills his six year old son. Describe the colour of the sky right before the storm hits.
Grey, Dark Grey.
18. Name a tree that stood in the neighbour hood where you grew up
There were lots of them, they were big, bushy lots of green and also some are fruit like apples etc.