Daily Prompt: Too Big To Fail

Tell us about something you would attempt if you were guaranteed not to fail (and tell us why you haven’t tried it yet).

If I were guaranteed not to fail at all, I would pack my bags and go on a grand adventure throughout Europe.  I’d start with England, as this is the country that I’ve always wanted to go to since I was a little girl and after reading everything English in grade school.  Then I’d be off to Ireland and Scotland.


Then I’d traipse through Spain, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland – goodness me, the list goes on.

Now I wouldn’t be backpacking through these countries though – nuh-uh.  I’m not a backpacking kinda gal, as my friends have discovered each time they’ve tried to take me on such trips.

I can pitch a tent, yes.  I can cook, if I really have to but I can’t start a fire if my life depended on it.

That’s why I’d really like to do this multi-city trip with some accommodations already set up.  It doesn’t have to be five-star hotels every time.  Little bed and breakfasts will do.  In fact, I love them.

How long this would take and how much it would all cost I don’t really know.

And I guess those are probably the reasons why I haven’t done it yet.  Because leaving a three year old at home so you can explore the world isn’t exactly an acceptable thing to do…


What about you?  What would you like to do if you were guaranteed NOT to fail at all?

3 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: Too Big To Fail

  1. This question has been bugging me for 24 hours now 🙂

    I have no idea. I think because failure is such a dominant facet of my real life in the last seven years, it’s hard for me to even imagine.

    Actually dare to let myself fall in love again, perhaps.

    1. Falling in love is an intoxicating, powerful drug that makes me feel like I’ve fallen into the rabbit hole and as I keep falling, many wondrous things reach out to touch my heart, body and soul. There’s a huge risk to falling in love and giving in to that powerful euphoria that also partners itself with unimaginable pain when things may not work out the way we would wish them to.

      But then with something that has a potential of not failing at all, it’s also worth the leap and experience that may just end up being forever 🙂

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