If I were… III

I did this last year and am doing it again. I started fresh, trying not to be influenced by last year’s answers.

If I were

a month, i would be: September
a day of the week, i would be: Friday
a time of day, i would be: around 11:30 in the morning
a planet, i would be: Earth
a sea animal, i would be: a Harbour Seal
a direction, i would be: North-West
a piece of furniture, i would be: a cosy canopied built-in bed
a sin, i would be: Wrath
a liquid, i would be: sheep’s milk
a stone, i would be: Clear Crystal or Amber
a tree, i would be: a twisted oak on peaty ground
a bird, i would be: a crow or fat little sparrow
a tool, i would be: an Opinel knife
a flower/plant, i would be: moss
a kind of weather, i would be: a storm and the subsequent clear sky
a mythical creature, i would be: fae
a musical instrument, i would be: a bodhran or accordeon
an animal, i would be: a badger, an otter or a mouse
a colour, i would be: rusty red
a vegetable, i would be: oyster mushrooms
a sound, i would be: snow on dry, dead leaves and crackling bonfires
an element, i would be: Earth, and a bit of Fire
a car, i would be: a Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
a song, i would be: Ye Banks and Braes by The Real McKenzies
a movie, i would be directed by: Wes Anderson or Bryan Fuller
a book, i would be written by: Matt Ruff, Joan Aiken or Kevin Crossley-Holland
a food, i would be: Cinnamon Apple Rolls
a place, i would be: a mossy clearing near a sandy path through heather to the rocky coast
a material, i would be: raw unwashed wool straight from the sheep
a taste, i would be: mulled wine, drank in a castle kitchen
a scent, i would be: forest soil with a hint of turf
a religion, i would be: still Gaelic Polytheism
a word, i would be: luthier
an object, i would be: a teapot
a body part, i would be: hands
a facial expression, i would be: endless wonder
a subject in school, i would be: a do-what-makes-you-happy-as-long-as-it-is-creative art class
a cartoon character, i would be: Merida
a shape, i would be: a rhombus
a number, i would be: 19

I love to see how and where I’ve changed compared to last year. There are some things that are the same and some that are different, and most are just a little bit tweaked but still stay in the same… range. They feel similar. It feels good to see that some things have settled in my character but that I still grow and evolve, because that’s what life is all about in my book.

Would you have answered these questions differently this year, compared to last?
Feel free to fill in the list, too, I’d love to see your answers!

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