The title of a children’s book I’d like to write:
A favorite thing about mornings.
Signs that this place has seen better days:
I’m fascinated by how people .
A random song that came on shuffle.
A recent dream in one paragraph:
Imagine you’re walking down a road. Are you alone? Where are you headed? What do you see in front of you?
The last time you told someone no.
The last thing you bought.
On the subway, I overheard:
Something a stranger once said.
Where the ends there is a and .
What did the wall say to the other wall?
Write a haiku about your favorite season.
Describe where you sleep each night.
So cheesy, it belongs on top of a pizza.
Then she raised her gaze to include the rest of us and .
One thing I wish I knew before today:
A favorite thing about afternoons.
Facebook status from a year ago:
The evening is . But when I turn off the highway, driving , I find that .
My inner child would love to this weekend. (So I will.)
The last mistake you made.
Something a friend recently said that made me laugh:
Something I could watch forever.
The more I think about it, the more I realize that is a miracle.
Where do you always find your keys?
Write a note to yourself.
Five things that remind me of home:
Describe the last meal you had.
Current celebrity style icon:
Looking into the mirror, I see a with .
Then she went silent, but my impression was , because .
Five words that just popped into my head:
A favorite thing about evenings.
Question for the universe:
We were by then, already . We’d been in getting ready for .
A natural wonder of the world.
A recent dream in eight words:
An ode to an interesting stranger on the street.
You died. You wake up. What do you see?
The last thing you said to a child.
At the supermarket, I overheard:
Something a friend recently said that made me mad:
There is no , and the are surrounded with .
Write a short poem about your favorite book.
Three foods that make me nostalgic:
Describe what you’re wearing.