“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” – the White Queen, Alice in Wonderland.
Prompt: What are the six impossible things you believe in? (If you can only manage one or two, that’s also okay.)
- My cat understands everything I say.
- I will complete a writing project.
- One day I will have ‘glass skin’.
- Breathing underwater.
- Ecological sustainability.
I am very surprised I was able to think of six, but here we are! Out of the things I mentioned- I would say about two have a chance of happening.
HINT: me having glass skin definitely isn’t one of them.
Prompt: A genie has granted your wish to build your perfect space for reading and writing. What’s it like?
Ooh, okay. So when you enter, the first thing you realize is it’s two levels high with large windows and skylights. Hanging plants fill every window filtering natural light into the space (and since this is magic- they don’t require maintenance!).
Two walls on the first level are covered in a combination of large, dry erase glass boards dedicated to writing projects and framed prints of commissions. My mother’s antique desk is angled to have a perfect view out the windows with plenty of blank journals to fill. A shallow stream winds through the floor with koi and turtles providing gentle white noise. Across the room, writing nooks with daybeds sit at each window.
The majority of the second level is open to first with a wide walkway wrapping around to be accessed by one of four ladders. A large axolotl tank is built into the wall farthest from the windows with more dry erase glass boards. Writing nooks like those on the first level carry up to the second.
Back on the first level, hanging chairs and plants drop from beneath the walkway above.
Built in coolers store aloe water and ghost pepper chips are plentiful. The room smells of vanilla and gingerbread. My 0.38 pens never run dry. Oh! And the room is soundproof so when I listen to music for inspiration it doesn’t drive my partner insane.