I cannot recall trying to escape from anything.When I think of the word, there are many things a person tries to escape from not just physically remove oneself but mentally too.
I had the unfortunate experience of getting calls from relatives who wanted something. I politely refused but they were not willing to give up. The only way I thought I can stop this was to change my number I did that and felt good that they will have no way of contacting me.
Extreme boredom can also be a problem, I try to get out of it by finding things to do, like read a book, write a story ,listen to some music,call a friend and chat.
Remember this prompt, when your house was on fire and you got to save five items?That means you left a lot of stuff behind. What are the things you wish you could have taken,but had to leave behind?
My goal was to save my life, picking five important items did not cross my mind, it was a serious situation, I had to run for the door before the fire reached that part of the house.
Now that I am in the shelter I’m grateful to God I managed to escape. I look at it this way, the things I left behind was the price I paid to save my life I will not feel sorry for them. Maybe some day I’ll be able to buy some of the things, only the ones that are important.
I feel much better I chose to save myself!
If you could create a sequel to one favorite,(stand alone) movie,which would it be? How would it build on the original?
I would pick “The Sound Of Music”, it was a musical which is always my favorite. The seven children were wonderful and Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer were sensational. It ended when they successfully escaped from the enemies.
The sequel can be, how they coped in the new place, the children growing up in a friendly environment, their education.
A movie where the children would be the main characters. I think it would be very interesting.