What would you do or where would you go if you could traverse a wormhole through space or time just once? One safe round trip passage.
Would you change your past or see your future?
Tough question. I could avert making some colossal mistakes, warn a younger me to avoid dating that one guy who turned out to be psycho, or do a number of other things, but all of the mishaps and tears have made me who I am today. I don’t think I should mess with that.
I’d love to jump through a wormhole and glimpse my future. Sneak a peek at my family. See if there are any issues I can prevent or simply enjoy the happy sight of us. Hopefully there’ll be one more added to our brood. Maybe even snag a copy of my best-selling novel so that it’s easier to write.
As tempting as that scenario is, I think I’d prefer to see my grandmother again before the strokes and cancer slowly took her away. I’d hug her—really hug her—tell her how much I appreciate everything she’s done for me and that no matter how far apart we might be she’s always in my heart. I’d share the publication of my first book, hold her hand as I show her pictures of my son, and thank her for all the love and guidance she’s given me over the years.
I like to think she’s an angel now, watching over me. So there’s no need for a wormhole, but it sure would be amazing to see and hug her one more time.
Thanks to Stephen Tremp, Laura Eno and L.G. Smith for this blog hop! Click here for entire list of participants.
Would you go back in time or forward into the future?