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02-04-2007, 11:09 PM
If you could be anywhere with anyone at any given moment, what would that look like... where would you be? who would you be with? and what would you be doing, if that part matters?
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02-04-2007, 11:24 PM
Definitely be in Hawaii with my boyfriend. He's really stressed out with school right now, and he loved his trip there at the end of this last summer. Oh, and he wants to take me there too. Now... there are some other places I want us to go, but... this is just the first place that came to mind.
02-06-2007, 04:29 PM
Oh, gotta think...hmmmmm...Ok, got it!
I would be sitting on the beach in Bodega Bay, sipping champagne (Chandon Etoile), doing some birdwatching in beween sips, and most definitely be sharing my beach blanket with my love, waiting for the sun to set on the magnficent California coast. It's slightly breezy, not too much, and the beach is scarce of people so the shorebirds are everywhere, trying to grab a last snack before the sun goes down. We can hear the song birds singing, smell the salty waves and suddenly a row of brown pelicans soar by close to the water. There are just enough clouds to create one of those oil paintings of a sunset, with shades of our own diversity rainbow filling the sky. The sun looks like a burning ball of incense as it floats slowly down towards the horizon. I can't imagine a more perfect evening.....
A close second would be a similar scene, in Hawaii, after a full day of boogie boarding and snorkeling. I would have to add some fresh tuna sashimi along with the Etoile!
02-06-2007, 05:01 PM
I love to go on a camping trip with Robin Williams, Mike Myers and Madeline Kahn. Those three have made me laugh till I peed myself!:lol: :lol: :lol:
02-06-2007, 06:11 PM
Hiking and camping with my friends, just letting God be in control. Not worrying what people think. Oh, and it would be a road trip, maybe in a volkswagen, or on bike, or walking. I don't care, as long as I'm with my friends. Yeah.
02-06-2007, 06:34 PM
I think along the same lines as Gregory. I would like be to on a camping/mountain biking trip. I would take along my friend Roberto and go to the Yukon. With a secondary choice of the Canadian Rockies around Calgary. I might wait 'till the summer. Mountain biking is pretty lousy right now. (so is camping now that I think of it.) I love open, empty spaces where God's creation is unspoiled by the activities of people.
I know you are thinking with all the nice warm locations in the world what idiot would pick the Yukon? You are thinking "locito en la cabeza?" ( little crazy in the head) I've been acccused of that before (quite a few time actually.) I love the winter. The mountains of snow we have in southern Colorado is great this year! This morning was the first clear morning we have had since the middle of December that is hasn't gotten below zero. We are sending it out to you in the midwest and northeast finally. Ha, ha! :lol:
Tu Amigo, Pablo
02-06-2007, 09:19 PM
I would love being at a music venue in Michigan watching Betty Marie Barnes perform with or without a band. I want it to be my friend Jay and I for sure and then anyone else who wants to spend the evening listening to amazing music can join. It doesn't seem like anything extravagant...but it's been so long since i've been to a show that it's endlessly appealing right now.
02-06-2007, 11:31 PM
Paris. The City of Lights. And then on to Venice. I want to see the latter before it sinks into the lagoon and the ice caps melt and it becomes the new Atlantis. Getting there from Paris on the overnight train. That would be pretty wonderful (Murder on the Orient Espress- remember that move/book?). And I want to see Tibet and India too. Taj Mahal. Yes!
02-07-2007, 08:17 AM
If the dead count, I'd enjoy meeting someone like Hildegard von Bingen (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/med/hildegarde.html) at a neighborhood pub to talk about God.
If not, I'd want to be in the States visiting my grandparents. They're getting older and are not as robust as they used to be.
02-07-2007, 09:00 AM
No.1: Sitting on the beach of my family's camp at Bear Pond in Maine with Nana, absent-mindedly pulling up roots and weeds from the sand while chatting up a blue streak.
No.2: Hangin' with Scotty and his troupe of comedians...though perhaps not camping.
02-07-2007, 10:07 AM
Sitting in the shallows of the Ganges near its source were it is still pure, just before morning, meditating on the mysteries of Liberation,
Unconditional Love and Compassion. Wearing a pure white cotton Kurtan and barefoot, (you release Bad Karma though your feet.) Then travel to one of Maharaj-ji's Hanuman Temples in Northern India, Stay there and Sing the Chalisa and learn Puja(ritualistic worship of Hinduism, making offerings and singing devotional songs, followed by meditation, there are no sermons, followed by handing out Pursad, (food blessed by God) and learn how to Cook indian food, then to Daramsala to visit His Holiness, the Dali Lama.
And this dream is within reach, Just for $3,000.00
02-08-2007, 08:32 AM
I would definitely say an ocean location, probably the North Carolina coast. The ocean soothes me like nothing else. WHo with? My daughter, my entire family, and all of my Soulforce friends, for a week of beach combing and shell seeking and just all around fun and laughter and hugs and tears. I think that would just about be heaven. :lol: :) :)
02-08-2007, 10:05 AM
I like Pablo, love the winter! I would love to be at a mountain cabin high in the mountains of Vermont. I would be lying on a soft overstuffed couch in front of a roaring fire. I would have a mug of rich hot chocolate at my side, a book that I can't put down in my hands, and a warm down blanket on my lap. To be honest, I would love to be there by myself! Maybe have some friends meet me there for skiing after a few days of solitude.....
Instead, I am here on my old couch, eating cheese toast, under an old quilt, watching Ellen with a sick child!
Back to reality!
02-08-2007, 10:59 AM
With as many people as I could gather. I love the indigenous of Southern Mexico, and they love easily in return. Since this is about what would be idyllic, I'll leave all the "ifs and buts" aside and actually dream that it could happen.
02-08-2007, 12:44 PM
For me it would probably be living in a nice, spacious flat in West Central London with a cat, a boyfriend, and a ton of books everywhere. Oh ... and no need to work to make a living.;)
02-08-2007, 03:00 PM
On a nice, romantic beach w/ the man of my dreams (or future boyfriend lol) drinking glasses of wine by moonlight.
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