Saturday, November 19, 2011

The DMS Wants to Know!

I LOVE this question! It's fun to think about, but hard to choose. ~ F

The DMS Wants to Know...
If you could live in any place that you've read about, where would it be?

Another topic Lizzy and I have chatted about a bunch of times, and we can't wait to hear everyone's thoughts. We'll tell you ours, if you tell us yours!

12 comments:

  1. I would want to live in the Underland and fly around on a bat. Besides the huge rats and bugs- it would be really cool- I can't believe Gregor ever wanted to go home!!!

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  2. This is awesome! Oh, man . . . a ton of things jump to mind, but the first one (shockingly) was Redwall LOL! That would be so awesome to talk with furry little animals *giggling*

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  3. I want to live in Maine in a small town like Miss Rumphius...with the sea wind blowing my hair and my Kindle in hand!!!

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  4. P. S. Thank you for that sweet comment on my blog :0)

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  5. After living in places near my work for waaaay too long, I'm living exactly where I want to be...in a log cabin on 13 acres of wooded land, completely isolated and unseen for the majority of the year! It seems I'm on vacation each day...

    I used to dream of traveling to Australia, China and India, and I've traveled to Canada, South America and on a number of cruises to the Islands and Mexico...but for ongoing living, I'm happy in the U.S.

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  6. My choice is a little weird- but ah well, here it is- I always liked the sound of Fiddler's Green. It's sort of interpreted differently in folk lore- sometimes regarding sailors, or a place or rest before the underworld- but I always think of it as a really peaceful, green place with magical creatures and lots of green plants and life everywhere- rivers and lakes flow through it, and dandy lion dander floats about in the air. It's really pretty and warm, and feels safe. I also always think it smells like lilacs and honeysuckle. That's where I would want to live...

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  7. It would be cool to live in "How to Train Your Dragon." I think it would also be great to live in the world of Perception, AKA my own imagination. This was a tough question. Not even sure this is the right answer. And it will probably change by tomorrow.

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  8. I loved reading what everyone wrote.

    There are so many places inside of books that I would like to go. Right now I would most like to be inside The Polar Express. I think the muted colors and beautiful drawings are magical and I would be so thrilled to be on the train or in the North Pole. I think the author and illustrator create a warm , cozy, enchanted scene. I can feel the excitement and would love to hear the first bell of Christmas.

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  9. Ancient Greece, I love reading about mythology and all of the brilliant minds from Athens. Would love to walk around and just listen to them speak!

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  10. I loved everyone's thoughts on this! Heather- I totally forgot about How to Train Your Dragon! OMG- I would love to live there and have a Dragon for a pet- I would want the one that Astrid rides- or Toothless, of course : )

    Lizzy- you love the Polar Express! How cool would living at that North Pole be- with all the roller coasters-

    Donna- I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE mythology, and would be thrilled to live in Greece- but the Gods would have to be around, messing with all the people like they did- that's what makes all the stories so fun and amazing!

    Thanks for sharing with us! This was a really fun question! ~ F

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  11. I have always wanted to enter the book Where the Wild Things are. I just think it would be cool for a day!

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  12. I would pick Hogwarts or Hogsmead. Both would be filled with magical creatures and I love the way I picture them both in my head. I would love to see the shops and also to go up in common rooms for each of the "houses".

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