For this particular exercise you need to read and complete "Part 1" BEFORE reading and completing "Part 2." (In other words ... Do Not Read Part 2 Until You Complete Part 1 :-)
Think about one thing in your home. It can be anything. A chair, a vase, a painting, a cat ... now describe that object in as much detail as possible without revealing what it actually is.
Take about ten minutes to complete Part 1.
Done? Okay. Now for Part 2 ... you didn't peek, did you?
Using dialog, carry on what you believe might be an actual conversation between you and this object you just described in Part 1. (If you picked a chair, for example, what would you and the chair talk about if the chair could talk?)
Write for ten minutes, incorporating a common proverb, adage, or familiar phrase ("between the devil and the deep blue sea," "one foot in the grave," "a stitch in time saves nine," "the whole nine yards," "a needle in a haystack," etc.) that you have changed in some way, as well as five of the following words:
Describe what you see in this photo. Describe what you don't see-- the interior. Describe the person who comes out of the place. What does the person do?