This is the final prompt out of Roberta Allen’s book The Playful Way to Knowing Yourself. There are a half dozen or so that we didn’t do for the simple reason that they were nearly identical with others. I don’t understand her point in that unless it was to see if we’d answer the same question differently, like on a personality quiz they give you when you’re applying for a job. But I figured they might get boring. So for all intents and purposes, this is the last prompt.
And it follows naturally on the heels of the last couple. So let’s see what you have to say!
What would you like to leave behind?
So you’ve done all this work now, explored yourself inside and out. What gems did you find that you want to pass along to your loved ones?
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.)
As you’re thinking about what your legacy from the challenge would be, make note of things that surprised you, pleased you, angered you, etc. because next week we’ll do a round-up review post. In the meantime, have fun! And remember…
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Shannon’s post (Survival Skills aka Low Expectations) — In Search of Legacy
The Rolling Blogger’s post (rollingblogger) — Cause of Death
Calen’s post (Impromptu Promptlings) — It all begins with me…
S.T. Summers’ poem (Writing With Some Ink And A Hammer) — What I’ll Leave Behind
Raili’s post (soulgifts — Telling Tales) — Treasure
Linda’s post (Spiritual Dragonfly) — What I’ve Learned via The Sandbox Writing Challenge
Lori’s post (As the Fates Would Have It) — Legacy