What do you see out the window you look out of most often?
The prompt this week explores the subject of memory, eg, how differently my siblings remember incidents that we all witnessed in our family. Or how difficult it is to collate the different perceptions of witness to a crime or an accident.
How can we fully believe anyone’s story when we know what has colored his or her perception in the first place?
Will our own story ever be told? By whom? To what use?
Why telling the truth to the best of our ability is important, even knowing it is not The Truth.
The prompt this week was inspired by a trip taken by MJ Nordgren. She described covering over a rise in her car and seeing before her a wide sweep of brightly colored flowers, a field of bright red poppies alongside a field of vivid blue Bachelor’s Buttons. It was so lovely, she had to stop and reflect upon it. Thus our prompt this week is:
As I was coming over the rise I saw…