[Hey guys, sorry I wasn’t able to post this on time. This was supposed to be posted yesterday!]
I took two photos today. One of the outside of my house, and one when I directly come in. For some reason, they won’t upload, so I’ll just tell you guys what the photos look like.
The one of the outside shows the gate for cars, and the smaller gate for people, along with the plants and my car. The one of the inside shows a lot of doors, and a sort of corridor. Basically, the pictures are filled with passageways.
I don’t know why, but when I look at the pictures, it doesn’t feel like my house. I’m probably just thinking too much again or something… But instead of what my house looks like, the pictures seem to be about choices.
For example, behind one door, ice cream. Behind the other, chocolate. I know it’s a bad example, but that’s the way I see it.
I don’t know how to explain exactly, but it’s like, if you pick the right room to enter, you’ll find something you like doing, and if you make the wrong choice, you end up getting bored easily.
Let’s put this in an adult’s setting. In one room, it’s for learning, the other, for playing video games. The first room is the right room. If you entered there, good. If you entered the other room, you can always get back out.
If you pick the right passageway, you’ll last longer. Eventually though, you’ll get tired of the room and have to get out and pick another one. OR you could stay outside, in the gray area and just chill there till you know what choice to pick