Fuck writing on premade prompts. It's tolerable if you are asked to write a story for anthology, otherwise try to come with your own inspiration, it will be good training for future.
How to find good topic for a story if you can't think of anything at the moment?
My favourite author, Andrzej Pilipiuk gave three good advices:
1) transforming other author's works. Take a premise of some work and change everything you can so it's no longer identifiable.
2) is step further. Make a parody of other work. Change things to opposites - e.g. four Wehrmacht soldiers in their Panther tank called Rotekopf and their faithful german dachshund Scharik fight against Polish agression.
3) so called dictionary method - take a dictionary or encyclopedia, randomly open it 3 to 6 times. Each time write first word that you see.
That should be enough to give you some inspiration:
I just used https://randomword.com/
That gave me dendroid, maintenance, family, promotion
And you have for instance story about japanese bonsai grower who struggles between dedication to his art which would help him gain recognition and secure his family and caring about the family now.
Or scifi/fantasy story about gardener/arborist taking care of group of sentient trees, catering to their alien whims and at the end being rewarded in the way he really didn't expect.
And so on.