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Answer the Question: Where Would You Wish To Wake Up Tomorrow??

Intriguing question, isn't it? While surfing the web, I found this site called "50 People, 1 Question" that posts a question and makes a video of their responses. The music is mesmerizing, the people are genuine and the questions are thought provoking.

Here is the most recent question, "Where would you wish to wake up tomorrow?"

Fifty People, One Question: Brooklyn from Fifty People, One Question on Vimeo.

What would YOUR response be? I think if I could wake up anywhere tomorrow, I would have to say some place like this....

Yosemite Valley. I can almost smell the Redwoods, feel that cool, clean breeze on my face and feel the calm beginning to settle in. Oh, and maybe I'd have to be enjoying it with just my hubby and no other tourists...keeping it peaceful and quiet.

How about you? Leave some comments about where you'd like to wake up tomorrow, and be sure to take a look at that video.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Gosh I loved your posting today so much but I can't figure out how to comment on the posting......

My first thought was a beach in Hawaii with all of my family members......

Second thought.......Yankee's stadium watching Aaron play professional ball ....with all my family members.....

Third thought.....in a Starbucks.....HAH Not sure where that thought came from.....

And finally......In Winslow in about 1970 which would be one of the times that I remember living with Mom, Dad, Lana, you and me!!

And to tell you the truth....not once did it occur to me to say "my bed" or "right where I woke up today"......Barstow Sucks!!

Love you!!

Have a great day!!


Lynn Shipley

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