My 60th Post for the Month – Yes I ramble – yes I write – it’s what I do.
Written at the request of ruleofstupid…who has helped me get through my days & fingers crossed may continue. So I thank you and courtesy .
Your perfect dinner party, who are your guests and why (anyone from any time in history).
William Shakespeare – A respected Poet and Playwright – to sit next to such a talented individual would surely give me inspiration.
Leonardo Di Vinci – A diversely talented painter who also was a writer, a musician, an engineer, a scientist – so much could be learnt from this man. As I also paint (though I haven’t for some time) I would be enthralled to have him as a dinner guest.
Harry Houndini – I was always intrigued by the Movie ( with Tony Curtis). I want to know how he performed his death defying stunts.
John Merrick – The Elephant Man – To have been haunted his entire life because of his deformity shows strength and courage and I would be honoured to hear his story.
Meryl Streep – Simply because this is a woman who I have admired for years on the screen, I find her acting skills second to none.
Neil Armstrong – The first person to walk on the moon – To find out what those first steps that he took felt and meant to him.
Dalai Lama – To hear words of wisdom, his peacefulness that could only radiate into my soul.
Ann Sullivan – Who taught Helen Keller – again strength and courage and more so her tenacity & belief that she could teach the young Helen.
My list could go on but the below are just because (unfortunately some are no longer with us)