Think back about …

Family Relationships

It is said, “Blood is thicker than water.”,  and  “Family first.” But we’re also told , “You can pick your friends,  but you can’t pick your family.” Which is it in your family?  Or have you had both loving as well as strained relationships with your parents,  or with your own children?    Or with siblings,  cousins,  aunts,  uncles,  or in-laws? Have there been estrangements or feuds in your family,  and if so have they been resolved? Think back about Family Relationships and share forward!

Stories on This Week's Writing Prompt

What is there about big sisters?
Sometimes a guy just needs his big sister (although he doesn't always want her to know it!)
A Unofficial Family Feud Memoir
Family Relationships   Ah, family. The people you share a significant portion of your DNA with, which for some [...]
My Conkeydoodle
My Conkeydoodle  I’ve had many loving family relationships,  and one of them was with Conkeydoodle.   (See Call Me by Their [...]
Guardian
Guardian  I never thought we’d lose touch or become estranged from good friends,   but sadly it happened.   (See The Gs and [...]

New Stories on Old Prompts

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Past Stories You May Have Missed

The Electoral College, Redux
It’s not just the outcome I’m unhappy with. It's also undemocratic.
August 28, 2017
Protected: Applesauce Cake
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Prompted By Recipes
September 17, 2018

Think back about …

Family Relationships

It is said, “Blood is thicker than water.”,  and  “Family first.” But we’re also told , “You can pick your friends,  but you can’t pick your family.” Which is it in your family?  Or have you had both loving as well as strained relationships with your parents,  or with your own children?    Or with siblings,  cousins,  aunts,  uncles,  or in-laws? Have there been estrangements or feuds in your family,  and if so have they been resolved? Think back about Family Relationships and share forward!

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