I know this will throw many of you for a loop.

If it does, I apologize.

For the final Five Minute Friday of 2015, I’m letting everyone choose their own, one word prompt!

Keep it to one word, keep it to five minutes, and keep reading each other’s work!

 

 

It’s a swing from routine, I know, but maybe we could all see it like a “choose your own adventure” — an open opportunity to let your creativity run free.

The real reason behind my lack of leadership this week is because I’ve been sick. As in, two days in the hospital sick. But I’m home now and able to sit up long enough to create a link-up for you — couldn’t leave you hanging on our last FMF of 2015!

In case you missed it, here’s the schedule for the next few weeks. Please come back on December 28th and 30th for our special edition link-ups!

 

christmas!

 

For the first time since I started hosting in August 2014, I’m not going to write my own five minute free write this week. That’s how yucky I’m feeling.

But I’m so glad to be able to open this space for you, and look forward to reading your words.

Also, thank you to all who completed this year-end survey last week. If you haven’t responded to the three questions yet, I’d love to hear your feedback! Click here to leave your anonymous input. We’ve received some really helpful suggestions, and look forward to a great year of Five Minute Friday in 2016!

As we prepare to celebrate how the Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us, I thank God for the way He has blessed me through all of you and YOUR words this past year.

May you have a truly blessed Christmas!

All my love,

Kate

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36 thoughts on “five minute friday :: choose your own word!

  1. Kate, I’m so sorry you’re feeling so yucky. I’m praying for recovery for you and for your family. May your Christmas truly be a special and joy-filled one! Thanks so much for hosting FMF this year! It’s been an amazing time! See you in 2016. 🙂

  2. Oh Kate, I’m so sorry to hear you’re ill. May God place His mighty healing hands upon you, restoring your health and your energy. Thank you for your devotion to hosting five minute friday even when sick. Hugs. Susan

  3. Kate, I hate that you’ve been sick and pray you are on the mend and will be completely well for Christmas with your family. The choose your own threw me and I had to have Tara choose a word for me! Merry and blessed Christmas.

  4. I really enjoyed this prompt. I remembered I had never recorded my Thanksgiving memories, and I wrote about that. I hope that you are feeling totally better really soon!

  5. Dear Kate, I’m so sorry to hear you’ve been so ill that you even ended up in hospital. Praying for God’s healing hand upon you, His strength to sustain you and His joy to comfort you.

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