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365 Days of Writing Prompts: Day 30

January 30, 2016

Burning down the house

Your home is on fire. Grab five items (assume all people and
animals are safe). What did you grab?

  1. my laptop
  2. my kindle
  3. my Orson Scott Card collection (they are already boxed, so an easy grab)
  4. my crystals and stones collection (they stay boxed unless I am using them)
  5. my dancing woman statue (it’s bronze and precious to me)

Thankfully I downsized considerably when I moved from Oklahoma to Virginia. Books, clothes, and bedding are all replaceable and pretty much the only other things I own. I also have important papers in a fire-proof box, so they would survive the fire.

And for your listening pleasure (because with that title, you just gotta do it!):

  1. I like this song but I always thought the video was to the song was on the weird side.

  2. Thanks for the link-up 🙂

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