4. If I were a fly on the wall, I would want to be inside Dietrich’s brain. He says the most amazing things. He is so smart,
but sometimes acts as though he isn’t paying attention or doesn’t have a clue. I want to know what’s really going on in there.
5. If I were a fly on the wall, I would want to be inside Madilynn’s brain. She is a deliberately strong-willed and obstinate little girl! I’d like to see how to get through to her without breaking her spirit.
6. (You should know where I’m going with this). If I were a fly on the wall, I would want to be inside my husband’s brain. Sometimes, it seems we are speaking two completely different languages. Other times, we are saying the same thing but
in different ways. We remember things differently. It would be nice to reconcile those differences by literally getting in his head.
7. If I were I fly on the wall, I would want to be in the brainstorming room for the kids’ television shows. Some of these shows are simultaneously ingenious and annoying (to me, as the parent). I would also like to know how they manage to make the
shows so addictive at such an early stage of development.
8. If I were a fly on the wall, I would want to be in the place wherever the tastiest food in the world is made and sample it whenever I could chance not getting swatted.
9. If I were a fly on the wall, I would go back to witness the crucifixion, resurrection, and those days following. What a joyfully confusing time it must have been for the disciples, and what an “AHA” moment must have occurred in that upper room
10. If I were a fly on the wall, I would land on my own wall to remind myself that I’m doing a great job with this whole crazy move, but it’s time to get back to work.