Wednesday, September 14, 2011

If I Could Be Anyone, I'd Be . . . .

It's Watching Willow Watts launch day!  Hooray for Talli and her book!  In the spirit of Willow, Talli asked anyone who wants to participate in Willow's launch to put on their blog who they'd be if they could be anyone.
I put a lot of thought into this (probably way more than I needed to) and honestly, I hope this doesn't sound incredibly narcissistic (I know it's going to sound a teeny bit narcissistic), I'd be myself.  Not myself of today, but myself of fifteen or so years ago.   Yep, I'd be that girl right there (despite the bad hair and serious overplucked eyebrows and questionable fashion sense).  And here's why.  That girl has a lot of great days ahead of her, lots of adventures, lots of great people to become friends with, lots of lessons to learn, lots of dreams to dream.  And I hope in another fifteen years, I'll wish I could be the me of today for the very same reasons. 

So there you have it, who I'd be if I could be anyone. 

If this little post has peaked your interest in Talli's book, I invite you to pop on over to Amazon and get yourself a copy of it.  If you'd like a little more info before purchasing feel free to check out my review of Willow. 

10 comments:

Arlee Bird said...

You and me both. I can never think of anyone else I'd want to be unless it was just for a day or so. I made a couple thoughts on my post, but my choice came back to me just as yours did.


Lee
Tossing It Out

Gina Dickerson said...

Great post, it's always best to be yourself but dressing up can be fun! I did a little dressing up on my blog. 15 years ago I'd just left High Sch - eekk! *puts memory back in box*

Talli Roland said...

Fantastic post. And why not be yourself? You're gorgeous! As you know, Willow comes to the same conclusion!

Thank you so much for joining in, and for all your help and support. Big hugs!

Old Kitty said...

Awwww Angie!! Look at you 15 years before! Wow!! You look as lovely as ever!! Most brilliant choice! Take care
x

Susan Fields said...

Great answer - I love it!

Julie said...

Great answer, I love your post! I'm glad to have discovered your blog, this launch party has been so much fun. :)

Alleged Author said...

Cool post! I loved reading this. :)

Ann said...

Sounds like a good choice to me.

Laura Marcella said...

Great choice, Angie! I'd love to be little me for a day, any age from 6 through 10. I love the wild abandon of being a carefree child. That sure would be fun to experience again!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Sometimes being yourself is best!