We often hear we should write what we know. Tapping into your own experiences can be a great way to expose emotions through words. It can even be cathartic. Actors learn to do a similar thing in drama, to get in touch with some past experience to help one identify with their character and bring that same emotion to the surface. We can also do the same thing with written words.
Write the story and expose the emotions in one of your earliest memories: scary, funny, traumatic, warm. Work at recapturing the moment and build it into a full scene. You can narrate from the POV of someone else while you are just a character, even an unseen being, like an angel or a ghost, observing the scene. Write in first or third, whatever you're most comfortable wielding.
Everyone has experinces to share. Discover the untold story in one of your own.
~ Signing off and sending out cyber hugs.