First impressions of people aren't always on target, but what about first impressions of inanimate objects? Today's writing prompt will include such a first impression.
Wondering what on earth I'm talking about? Here's one example:
When we moved into our house the white porcelain sink brought back memories of childhood. Even though it was a double sink, unlike the sink I remembered, I thought it was perfect.
Then everyday reality set in. Pots and pans left gray streaks that needed regular cleaning with lots of scrubbing, coffee stained the sink, and the the middle section that divided the two sinks combined with the curve of the faucet made it difficult to rinse the coffee carafe. I after about the third clink of glass to porcelain I started to question the functionality of this sink.
I could go on, but you see what I'm getting at.
Pumping Your Muse Prompt
For today's prompt include an inanimate object the character thinks is perfect at the onset. Develop a scene or short story about a first impression and how that impression changes through circumstances.
If you don't have something in mind, choose one of the following:
*Dress for a special occasion
*A new or used car