Thursday, September 4, 2014

Transpose: Would trading places really be Fun?

So here we are on question #2 of my September Sapphire Even Day Blog Challenge with Kimberly from beingawordsmith.com .

The question is Who would you like to trade places with for a day? Why? What would you do?

So many people, so may possibilities came to mind with this question.
If I could trade places with someone for a day...I will keep it light and not get too deep I would say a Pilot.

illustration by Kristen Ulve

I would use my day to fly to a variety of places within given time and just enjoy the flexibility of movement on a whim.

No traffic, no horns, no people. Just a small group of loved ones exploring different places eating different foods enjoying all the new sites. Taking each moment in like a breath of fresh air.
Making use of my ability to smile and making new friends. Laughing out loud and living!!!

See you back here again for the next challenge,
Always stress free xo

2 comments:

  1. Fly around all day. Yes! Carefree and exploring. Thanks for sharing this, Mari!

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    1. Your welcome Kimberly, thanks for having me over :) xo

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