Anyway, one of the questions really got me thinking. The question was: "What if. . . ?"
I think that question gets a really bad connotation sometimes. Most of the time when I think of what if? it's looking backwards.
What if I had swung at the called third strike in my last travel softball game?
What if I had continued with teaching as my minor instead of German?
But the exercise for this book was more about looking forward. Making choices for the characters and seeing how they'd turn out. Taking a moment to imagine things rather than presume. Letting your mind wander. And I've found that I enjoy letting my mind wander. Taking some time to focus and think and not be bombarded with the latest text that just popped up on my phone.
We all need some time to dream. I've forgotten that in the midst of the daily grind. What if I remembered to take some time to dream?
What if. . . .?