Monday, April 17, 2006

Someone should study me now

Alright, Aravis is up next on the list of questions you asked [I've not forgotten] and she asked if I could step into an alternate reality, what woud I step into. Honestly, this sounds like liscence to create the perfect world, and Aravis, my dear, I'm not up to that. I wrote a paperon that in school ,took me about 50 pages. so we'll asume you mean an alternate but pre-created reality, and I think theres no question for me then.

This geek wants the Harry Potter reality. I like the idea of traveling where you wish with a thought [think of the saved plane fare, eh, Spinny?] I like the idea of magic. I like the ideas of ink and parchment, owls for pets and wands that you can use to grow flowers, cook dinner or change your eyebrow color. I like the idea there is something beautiful and exciting behind a door or a wall, but that beauty and excitement can be used to appreciate the mundane of your world. I like that.

I wonder what we would all be doing in one of those moving pictures? What would you do in a blogger group photo?


Aravis said...

You interpreted my question correctly, alecya. :0) A pre-existing, you-don't-have-to-create-it-if-you-don't-want sort of reality was what I had in mind. I like your answer! :0)

HistoryGeek said...

I don't know what I'd do in a blogger group photo...probably be making faces. But if I had my own portrait, I would be draped across a chaise longue in a gorgeous dress a la Madame de Pompadour.

My alternative reality...Lord of the Rings - but only if I really knew how to use a sword!

Anonymous said...

In my blogger picture I would change the way I look Blonde then brunette male then female fat then skinny etc etc

Charby said...

I'd love to the Harry Potter, I even have my options all picked out!

Charby said...

oh, and I'd be like Mystic and a changer, and the playful one!

Anonymous said...

A blogger group photo? I'd be grinning like a fool. Like I always do in photos.

I don't much care for Harry Potter, but the way you decribed it almost...ALMOST...convinced me.