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Welcome to Part 4 of The Sandbox Writing Challenge! I just have to take a minute and say how wonderful all the reviews for Part 3 were this time. (Even MINE didn’t suck too bad! That’s progress!) I have no idea how Ms. Allen set this book up, but I suspect by Part 3 she was getting into the nitty gritty of things. If that’s so, Part 4 ought to be really interesting!!!

So without further adieu, let’s jump in!

old woodsIf you were lost, what would help you find your way?

This prompt is LOADED with possibilities for interpretation. Can’t wait to see what everyone will come up with!

As always, remember to include the 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. And please feel free to interpret the prompt however you wish: memoirs, poems, pictures, etc.

If you would like to 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. (Posts from past prompts you wish to tackle will always be added to the current week’s challenge page.)

Now off you go to learn things! And no fair taking a compass with you!!!


Picture Credit: wallpaperswide.com

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Lori’s post (As The Fates Would Have It) — Lost!
Fimnora’s post (Quantum Hermit) — 8 minutes 15 seconds in Lost!
Linda’s post (Spiritual Dragonfly) — Finding Myself
Rollingblogger’s post (rollingblogger) — Never really Lost
Raili’s post (soulgifts — Telling Tales) — TRH* Is Never Lost
Shannon’s post (Survival Skills aka Low Expectations) — Lost
Calen’s post (Impromptu Promptlings) — What was the question again?
Jane’s post (Making it write) — Sarah and Claire
LuAnne’s post (Wind Rush) — Will of My Will