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Sunday, March 28, 2010

If I were...

Red Geraniums
If I were a month I’d be May

If I were a day I’d be Friday

If I were a time of day I’d be 6:00 a.m.

If I were a font I'd be papyrus

If I were a planet I'd be mars

If I were a direction I'd be south

If i were a piece of furniture I’d be the kitchen table

If I were a liquid I'd be an essential oil

If i were a gemstone I'd be an opal

If I were a tree I'd be an Atlas Cedarwood

If I were an element I’d be water

 If I were a tool I’d be scissors

If I were a flower I'd be a red geranium

If I were an element of weather I'd be a sunny day

If I were a musical instrument I’d be a player piano 

If I were a color I’d be orange

If I were an emotion I’d be inspiration

If I were a fruit I'd be a ripe fig

If I were a sound I’d be pouring rain with a bit of rolling thunder

If I were a car I’d be an orange Karmen Ghia

If I were a food I’d be baklava

If I were a place I’d be Terme di Saturnia

If I were material I’d be well-worn cotton

If I were a taste I’d be bittersweet

If I were a scent I’d be patchouli

If I were a body part I’d be the hands

If I were a song I'd be Baba O'Reilly by The Who

If I were a bird I'd be a magpie

If I were a gift I’d be given late

If I were a city I’d be Florence

If I were a door I'd open onto a flower garden

If I were a pair of shoes I'd be slip-ons

If I were a poem I'd rhyme and be funny

This exercise was more telling about myself than I expected - the answers came easily and were not necessary "my favorite things."  Why not give it a try!  To read two more, go here and here.



julochka said...

i agree that it was a deeper exercise than it seemed at first. i was amazed how answers popped into my head, rather intuitively when i did mine.

i almost chose patchouli too, since many of my fave perfumes have that as a base note, but clary sage came to mind first. :-)

smith kaich jones said...

I did this too. It's amazingly deep - I think shrinks should use this.

I love reading everyone's answers & wish I could get everybody to do this. And you would be inspiration & a sunny day, and I almost picked papyrus also.

Love that you did this - we are all so different, and that makes me happy! We are who we are!!

And a player piano just cracked me up.

:) Debi

Sarah said...

Oh oh oh that was wonderful hon..so interesting to see what you wrote about you!!
Sister girl I have left a special award for you on my blog..I hope you will come and snag it!
Hugs and love, Sarah

Anonymous said...

Interesting stuff. I'd never really thought about any of that stuff... will now give me something to do in my lunch break :0)

Suzie said...

Congratulations on receiving Sarah's award! Even at first glance, I can easily understand why she would chose to give it to you!

I found your questionaire so intriguing, I took it myself, and not only shared it on my blog, but put a link back to yours too. I hope that more people take part!

Wishing you a beautiful week!