Sisterly Love: A Ghost Story

Another writing prompt that I have to say, I had fun writing this one! It’s a bit on the dark side, so ye be warned. Enjoy!

Writing Prompt #3

There’s a ghost in your home, but they aren’t just any random ghost. You knew them when they were alive.

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A Strange Familiar

I love writing but I need all the practice I can get. I’m publishing bits and pieces from writing prompts I get from here and there. These are not full stories and probably never will be but I use this to get the inspiration going!

Writing Prompt #2

His eyes were cold and lifeless as he stared at me.

“You have no idea who I am, do you?”

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Dear Middle School Me

Anyone who says they don’t have regrets is a stone cold liar. Everyone has them. I look back at one of the most frustrating times of my life and where the most concentrated amounts of my regrets lie; middle school. I regret not studying more, choosing the wrong friends, liking the wrong guys and so on. Twelve-year-old Cidney will never read these letters but to know that I have grown away from past choices will always be enough for me.

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SOCIOLOGY 101-Sex talks

I get discussion post assignments and honestly, it’s one of my favorite parts of class. I love not just giving my opinion but getting feedback from others and just bouncing ideas back and forth. Our most recent post was on having the sex talk with a child and who exactly should be the one to discuss the subject; the parent or the school?

Here was my response to the subject. I’d love to hear other points of view!

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