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Welcome back to The Sandbox Writing Challenge. Now that we’ve got our warm-up exercise out of the way, it’s time to “dig in” and see what we can “unearth” in Part 2.

I’ve seen this exercise used before in grief therapy. Lord Drollery used it when he was in counseling after the death of my parents. It usually involves a person who has passed on. Interestingly, Roberta Allen doesn’t put any qualifiers on who this person should be — gone or here. Must admit I’m puzzled. Fimnora swears I will know who to write about when I sit down to do it!!! We’ll see. So here we go…

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Imagine someone important to you sitting in this chair. What would you say to this person that you’ve NEVER SAID before?

As always, remember to include a link to this post on YOUR blog post. Or if your response isn’t overly long, feel free to leave it in the comment section below. If you would like to play with us and see the previous prompts, they’re listed in the menu at the top of the blog in The Sandbox Writing Challenge. But please feel free to just jump in wherever we are at the moment! After all the prompts are really for YOU to get to know YOURSELF. So plop down there in the sand and get comfy. This might be one where you’ll be there for awhile!`

(Picture Credit: www.kiteloft.com)

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Cindy’s comments (awritinglifeforme) — see below
Calen’s post (Impromptu Promptlings) — Weaknesses vs. Strengths — Flip Sides of the Same Coin
Fimnora’s post (Quantum Hermit) — The Sandbox Writing Challenge #18 — Lost and Found
Linda’s post (Spiritual Dragonfly) — Your Chair Awaits You
Laura’s post (Hundred and Counting) — The Blackness of Sheep

The Sandbox Writing Challenge 1 — Reflection (Welcome, Safar!)
Safar’s post (Blisters, Bunions and Blarney) — The Sandbox Writing Challenge 2

 

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