Now, the prompt for WODW is if you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be. Well, I have recently blogged about that answer being Ireland. I am
the most stubborn person you will ever meet fairly stubborn, and so I'm going to keep Ireland at the top of that list until I get there. Seems like a solid plan, right? #goalsetting. So instead, I'm making up the rules as I go along, and we're going to do some of the fictional places I want to go. Obviously.
HOGWARTS // if you didn't see that one coming, you haven't been paying attention. I'm not talking the studio, or Harry Potter world, or that place in Poland for that super intense LARP thing. I'm talking actual Hogwarts. Moving staircases, talking pictures, rooms that appear out of nowhere, towers, Quidditch fields, Forbidden Forest... the whole shebang. I'm still waiting on my Hogwarts letter.
|HOGWARTS IS MY HOME!|
Gatsby's House in West Egg // a little party never killed nobody. I would have fit in so well in the 1920's. I love to dance. I want all of the clothes that Daisy wears in all the movie adaptations. I'm listening to jazz music as I write this. Contemplating a glass of champagne. It just all seems so glamorous. Yes, I've read the book a thousand times. I know how it ends. I just also like the idea of a man throwing the best parties in the hopes that I would show up. you feel me, right ladies? #champagneforbreakfast
The Library in the Beast's Castle // okay so maybe just the whole castle in general. Also, I feel ya Belle, if I was told explicitly not to go to the west wing, that's the first place I would want to go to. But that library y'all. You could live in it. You could literally spend your entire life in there and not read all the books. So many more fictional places I could go to! #booksfordays
|oh, I've just read the most wonderful story|
Tara // there are a lot of opinions about Gone With the Wind, I love to hear them all. I did, however, cry big fat alligator tears the day I learned that Tara was, in fact, a movie set. That there wasn't actually a house somewhere that happened to be spared on the March to the Sea. I always imagined when I grew up and married my own Rhett Butler that I would live in that house. I'm kinda sad thinking about it not happening now... #fiddledeedee
|I'll think about it tomorrow|