Feature and Follow #5: Time Travel

This feature is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. The goal is to increase blog followers and make new friends.

Each week, there will be a featured book blogger and a question for everyone to answer. First, you leave your details on the link below. Then you create a post on your own blog that links back to this post and then you visit as many blogs as you can and comment in any way you want. You follow them, they follow you. Win. Win. Just make sure to follow back if someone follows you!

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This week's Question:

If you had a time machine (i.e. a TARDIS), where would you go?

I'd give a personal answer again! Just out of curiosity, I'd go back to the past and ask this kid his full name so I can look for him in the present or a little bit advance in the future. Really, it's just out of curiosity. :D I presume there would be a time limit of an hour so I'd make sure I'd arrive somewhere where I could find him easily. I don't look scary so I guess it will turn out fine. I'd create a scenario where things won't be too strange to handle. Like seriously, an adult hitting on a kid?

Just for the more curious This kid is actually my first love. Six years ago, my friend and I were having a long conversation of randomness. Somewhere in the conversation, a distant memory came unbidden. It just jumped out of nowhere... I remembered a situation with him that is similar to that of my friend's experience. Ever since, I couldn't find a relief in this itch of knowing something about this person. Really, I'm that curious.

He was gone from primary school (yes, that young) 2 weeks after I kept avoiding him. I didn't know why he was gone or where he had gone. I just expected that he'd turn up somewhere but until two years later then, he never showed up.

It had only been a year later since that conversation with my friend that facebook became famous in my country. Three more years and still, I couldn't find him there. I only know his first name and even his name isn't common so I guess it would be very easy to find him. But his first name turned out to be a common surname. I don't even know if I get the spelling right as there is this mystery of whether placing an h or not.

I tried googling to no avail.

He's still a mystery I could never fathom.

On the other hand, I would never ever go to the future. I'd rather leave the future a surprise so that I will have something to look forward to. (It's enough foreseeing a probable misfortune—accidents or deaths; thankfully, the last time I saw something was 6 years ago.)


  1. I don't think I'd want to go back to my own life. I like to leave things as they are, just in case I change where I am now, emotionally and physically! I'd rather go visit all the places I learned about in history! Thanks for sharing :) Hope you have a great weekend!
    My Friday post
    Juli @ Universe in Words

  2. I'd definitely go to the future! I'd want to see if we ever get things right!

    Here's my F&F!

  3. That's a cool idea. Thanks for stopping by my blog and the follow.
    Kero @ Kero's Book Blog

    New GFC, G+, Bloglovin, Twitter follower. I also liked your FB page.

  4. Wow, well I hope someday you do find that boy! I wouldn't go into the future either though. Thanks for stopping by and following :)

    New Bloglovin' Follower
    Zareena @ Books and Books

  5. Thanks for the follow. I agree with you on the future. I want that to be a surprise :)
    I followed back via twitter, GFC, Facebook, and Google+


  6. It's cool that you've something so specific you'd like to do! Very different from other answer I've read and I think it's a good thing :)

    I followed you back via bloglovin', GFC and G+!

  7. oh you have in mind what you'd want to do. Great =) About the future thing, I wouldn't want to see my future anyway since there's nothing I can do about it. Changing it doesn't mean it gets better.

    Thanks for stopping by.
    Followed back =)

  8. That's a fun thought and unique. Most people would just visit some place they like or something but yours is cool!

    New follower on BlogLovin' and Twitter. :)

  9. I'm curious, so had to read the whole thing. But seems like a great way to use the time machine ^^
    I agree, wouldn't want to go to the future either.

  10. It would be interesting to visit the future though. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier! :)

    Jackie @Jackie's Book World

  11. I wouldn't want to go back to moments in my life because I would be too tempted to change some things. Thanks for stopping by my blog. New follower

    ~April @ Once Upon a Coffin

  12. I'd love to go back to a major event in history and completely change it. I wouldn't worry about the consequences cause I could always go back and put it right again, even if I didn't agree with how it originally turned out!

    New bloglovin follower, have a wonderful weekend :)

    1. That would be like what happened in Back to the Future movie series. You travel through time, mess up things, return and try to fix them, made things worse, go back in time, so many travels back and forth before going back the way that things originally were.

  13. That's cool. I don't think I would want to see the future either. Thanks for visiting my blog. I followed back via Bloglovin, GFC, and Twitter.
    My FF

  14. There always been this one guy I wished I could go back in time to get his number. Ahh well. Hopping through and thanks for checking out my F&F

  15. Great answer. It would be cool to see what people are like when they grow up. I also would not want to see the future. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am a new follower :)
    Brittany @ Spare Time Book blog

  16. I agree! What fun is life if you know how everything's going to turn out ;)
    I hope you find him again in the future! Best of luck :)
    Thanks for stopping by!:)
    New follower via GFC.

  17. Interesting answer. Thanks for stopping by my blog; following back.

  18. I see what you mean about how going into the future takes the mystery out of it. But i'd be way too scared to go into the past in case I somehow made things worse lol

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. New follower :)

  19. I agree it's not a good idea to know the future.

    Thanks for stopping by Books That Hook. I'm following back.

  20. Following on Bloglovin! GFC isn't working for me right now :P

    Rachel @A Perfection Called Books

  21. I wouldn't want to go to the future either. Maybe it's the uncertainty or maybe it's that I don't want to know what the future holds just yet.
    Following back via Google+ and bloglovin

  22. Hey, thanks for stopping by my FF earlier. I know how much those past mysteries stick to us and we can never stop asking "what if". Who knows... maybe you'll meet him again some day!

  23. Thanks for stopping by. Old GFC follower.


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