Not Everything is “Stuff”

An apology, dear readers, if this week’s challenge came across as glib. By “stuff“, I was referring to the incidental: a broken foot, a set of stitches, a temporary setback. In no way did I intend to imply that trauma or loss is “stuff”. Some things, with a bit of grit, can be overcome. I recognize that not everything is this simple.

Thank you to Curating Thoughts, whose powerful write illustrated the difference. I am humbled by and grateful for your words.

Thanks also to those who participated this week, and for the many kind words.

Becoming, I Write Her
The countdown begins…, Heart to Heart
Transition, Eugi’s Causerie II
Artist, Transition of Thoughts
Message From the Universe, Sgeoil
Stuff Happens, Stuff and what if…
Stuff Happens, Curating Thoughts
The Last Day, one letter UP

See you tomorrow for a new challenge!


18 thoughts on “Not Everything is “Stuff”

  1. Ohh I am so sorry you felt it this way V.J. I very well got what you meant with the prompt but I when I got writing those words came out. I in fact wanted to thank you for getting my brains churning with the prompt. I myself didn’t realize those thoughts were embedded inside. I love your prompts, please keep them coming ❤️❤️

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  2. You didn’t come across to me as glib at all. I did enter this challenge (this afternoon), but perhaps I was too late. My fault as it’s been taking a while to learn the new block editing. If you can, I hope you get a chance to read it. 🙂

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