Sunday, May 25, 2014

May 25: You can be a fly on the wall at any time/stage of history, where do you go?



I keep re-writing this post because I just can't work out my answer.

I admit it, I am beaten by this prompt. There is no one place that I can choose to be.

I was thinking maybe some place in history but there are none I want to be a part of that are not horror filled.

I considered somewhere that would tell me the answer to a mystery, like who stole the Beaumont children, or Madeline McCann, but what would knowing and not being able to tell be like?

Then I decided it could be good to be in a room where you knew people were talking about you to hear what they really really thought. But then again, there is a reason they are talking about you with you not there.

I then spent all day thinking about it and weighing up where I could be and yet I give you nothing.

So I give up.

I have no answer.



Help me out, tell me where you would be a fly on the wall in history?










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8 comments:

  1. I would have to go and check out Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. I think they are both amazing. I would love to know what they were like as men and creators. It would be so fascinating.

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  2. I had to think what I wanted most - birth and conceptions.

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  3. Yes it was a tricky prompt but I can't pick just one - so flaked out and went a bit crazy!! x

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  4. I'd love to be able to solve a terrible mystery - are you sure there's no way to tell?

    If not I'd love to see my ancestors living their lives to see what it was like.

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  5. I was meant to write about this today just never got around to it.
    For me it would be the wall of my kids classroom. I would love to know what they get up to and how they are learning/having fun.

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  6. How funny - I thought you must have had a definite idea! We were at a family reunion today with the last two of my grandfather's family of 13, so I'd go back to watch them as kids at the dinner table. Eating boiled carrot.

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  7. This one was SUPER hard! I guess, having thought about it all day, I really am content to live in the present!!!

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  8. Too hard! I couldn't narrow it down at all.

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