Blogging 101: Make a Prompt Personal | Golden Key

Golden Key

Today’s assignment: publish a post based on your own, personalized take on today’s Daily Prompt:“Golden Key.”

You’ve been given a key that can open one building, room, locker, or box to which you don’t normally have access. How do you use it, and why?

A golden key? If I were given a key, I’d open the door to being able to travel more often. My ‘key’ would allow me to travel to such places as Australia, Italy, Morocco, South America, island in the Pacific. It would be a dream to travel more and explore the world. There are so many places and unfamiliar cultures and peoples out in the world that I could never get tired of exploring. (I am a picky eater though…so I’m not too sure how well I’d hold up in that department.) I would love to be able to put my normal life on hold to go travel for a while, and not have to worry about responsibilities back at home.

Looking into the future, I think it would be wonderful to travel as a family for extended amounts of time, maybe rent an apartment for a month or two, so that my children learn about people of the world so that they can have an open mind and know what’s out there.

If it’s a real key though, I’d probably have a key to the bank so that I can use it to access money I can use for my travels.

What would you use a golden key for?

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2 thoughts on “Blogging 101: Make a Prompt Personal | Golden Key

  1. What a fun prompt! I think I would use my golden key to open a door to our new home. We truly need to get one that fits us all and still leaves room for everyone’s ‘stuff’…lol

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