Today's prompt is a whim of Simple, and it might be painful. Stick with me, though. It will be worth it!
Take a few minutes to write about a time when you had to get rid of something. Carbs. Clutter. Weeds. Whatever you forced yourself to remove from your life, for better or worse. Try to pay particular attention to sensory details. How did it feel, look, taste, smell, sound? What happened once it was gone? Spend at least 15 minutes, and continue as you have time. [BIC, Friends - for how else does writing happen?]
photo credit: Richard Day, National Geographic
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"How can I tell what I think till I see what I say?" - E.M. Forster (in Writing with Style by John R. Trimble)
"He cuts off every branch of mine that doesn’t produce fruit, and he prunes the branches that do bear fruit so they will produce even more." -John 15:2 (NLT)