Writing 101 – Day Eleven

…and here we go…a new start of the week…a new assignment:)

As usual, I had to add my own twist to it…make it my own:)))

So I’ve tried to describe as much as possible a memory…a moment in time …an image of childhood mornings!

Today’s prompt: ‘Size matters ( In Sentences )’, Where did you live when you were 12 years old? Which town, city, and country? Was it a house or an apartment? A boarding school or foster home? An airstream or an RV? Who lived there with you?


‘A view to remember’

…every morning I would hear the wind playing between the trees…the cold waves embracing the short…

The sun never seemed to be warm enough but each day it brought life to everything…

…the first shine on my cheeks when I just wanted to keep on sleeping, the first light rushing through the corridor and splashing the entire living-room, the first sound of the birds waiting on the window seal…

I never needed anything besides the sunshine…and even today, that first ray of light brings life back running through my veins…it gives me the energy to live a beautiful day and make each and every moment unforgettable.


…those beautiful unforgettable mornings…

When you open your window because the light cannot stand to be out there anymore…

…it wants to come in and fill the house with life…

When even the leaves of your young lemon tree are yearning for the touch of brightness and when the sea is waving back at you with a slight smile.

That one moment when you open the door and you can feel a crisp touch of cold but as you step one forward the sunshine catches your skin and it feels like a sweet cuddle of a warm teddy bear…all you can think of is leaving your slippers on the porch and run-through the sand ’till someone yells: “Breakfast ready…”

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Picture, courtesy of The Daily Post, Writing 101

Note from the author:

Memories are what we see when we turn and look behind us…but at the same time they are the moments that define our present and sometimes our future! Where we lived or whom we met…those unforgettable seconds of a life that has so much meaning…the past…the present…and the future are all one and the same because we are the hand that controls it all.

So take a look back through time and appreciate everything you were because it made you what you are today!

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