What Do You See? (#17)

Choose 4 things within 4 feet of you and write for 4 minutes. One sentence each.


Two computer monitors sit atop the heavy oak desk. 🖥

Knick-knacks and brick-a-brack always seem to need dusting. 🗿

I wonder how many of those books I have actually read? 📚

The pile of shredding is getting quite precarious, will it tip? 🥴


Are you ready to give it a try?

Tammy L. Breitweiser & The Collective are responsible for this idea.


  1. A beautiful sapphire necklace from my grandson’s fiancee with the note asking me to be the one to wear blue at their wedding. I think of how believers shall have and be the “blue of heaven and might” in place of blue sorrow and depression.
    A picture of a leaf embossed in gold on my wall that sends the message: “Our words will heal the nations.”
    The bluish green and white lovely comforter on my bed reminding me of the Holy Spirit covering and comforting us with heaven’s life, might and purity.
    A white candle silently telling me to search the innermost parts of my being and be a light to the world.

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  2. My open Kindle on the arm of the chair I’m sitting in.
    An open can of Diet Dr. Pepper in the orange Auburn University huggie sitting on the coffee table.
    A sheet of paper on my clipboard of “2022 Book Bracket: What Will Be My Top Read of 2022?”
    My iphone on the other arm of the chair I’m sitting in, counting down the minutes until I need to stop reading blogs and move on to the next task of the day. 🙂

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  3. My NC State mug of water I intended to drink. The cell phone warning me every few minutes of the impending storm. There’s the list of things I need my computer guy to fix when he recovers from Covid. The empty red bowl in which I enjoyed a custard recipe from the grandmother who died before I was born.

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  4. Nigel P Kitty after a rousing bit of playtime with a mouse on a string is tuckered out.

    My wife relaxes on the couch scrolling through Facebook.

    The Cat Clock I painted that is on the wall…tick tick ticks quite loudly.

    The ceiling fan in the dining room rotates on a very silent whir.

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