Okay, so I failed again.
I tried, over and over again I sat down to write, but a mixture of stress and other psychological factors kept getting in the way, and writing for even 20 minutes was just too much. I have been a dry well lately; more than usual that is, and as much as I would like to deny it, I need help. One of the reasons I want to do this 'project' (I guess it can be called a project) is because I do find it difficult to articulate myself, particularly in writing. Also, I think it will be useful to exercise my writing skills for the sake of sermons, and of course just general creative stretching is good for the soul. But what is a girl to do when she can barely form a single sentence while staring at a blank screen? The dreaded prompts. I so very much did not want to tie myself to a predetermined set of prompts, but I suppose some of us just need training wheels at first. I am no stranger to God cutting back my pride, it happens all the time. So if prompts are what I need - then prompts are what I need. So I looked, and honestly the internet has little to offer and the writing prompt books in the bookstore were not much better.
But after a while I did find this: http://www.creativewritingprompts.com/# They are okay, and they will do.
So I will start at the beginning and use these. Hopefully writing will come more easily long before I get through all of these prompts.