Single Prompt Option - The Weekend Freewrite - 7/17/2021

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Since we have stepped past the mighty 1000 - yes, now we have been freewriting together for more than 1000 days, I thought we mix it up a bit.

1000 prompts are just oo much and too overwhelming to sort through.

We are going back to what we did in the very beginning - you get to choose from any prompt of the previous week.

If you wrote every day, good on you! Now try a different take on a prompt or try to bring all of them into one freewrite. Play and have fun!

Or you can use one of the Three Prompts from the other weekend freewrite and use that as your prompt.

If all fails, go back to the latest pre-1000 day Weekend prompt and find something to your liking.
Here is the last of the way too many prompts post.


working from home
bay leaf
black coffee
state of emergency
barking dog
tiny bird

You know what to do.

  1. Pick a prompt
  2. Set a timer to 5 minutes or use the Most Dangerous Writing App
  3. Write without stopping.
  4. Fix what you feel like fixing
  5. Publish your freewrite
  6. Leave a link in the comments of this post.

There is only one important rule!

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It was such a tiny bird. When I brought it over, my sister, Anne, thought it was incredibly cute! She decided to take care of it. After attempting to fly through our window, it hit the glass, falling on the balcony. It seemed to get dizzy at best, so we'd be able to take care of it.

Anne comforted our little birdie in a made up nest of squashed papers. It didn't look comfortable if you ask me, but it was better than hard wood. I pet his head, watching his orange beak, concerned. "Maybe we should tell somebody. Is this what's best for Arnold?" When I decided to talk to my sister about it, I also let her know his name was Arnold.

Going after our parents, they quickly realized his feet... Paw... I don't know! Biology classes only start in two years. One of his foot seemed hurt. We called a vet over, who said it was fine. Arnold flew off a few hours later. We don't regret asking for help.

This is such an incredibly cute and heartwarming story!

Glad you like it!

I had fun with this (over) 5 minute freewrite. Tiny Bird prompt.

Captain Ludlow makes double-black coffee and almost laughs himself out of remembering what he has on his mind ... ... and then he and Sgt. Trent smell the coffee FOR REAL ...

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