What I've learned is that writers are ordinary people and I'm ordinary too - and if I simply listen, engage, and take on the task of responding to the prompt, I can't help but connect to something interesting. A voice never before heard will murmur, shriek, chortle, whine. Suddenly there are sentences that have never existed before. They shimmer in the air like cherubim.
Your turn. The prompt is "When I write. . . "