What if I created a cartoon reality? Everything had to be drawn? She created the world as she walked along?
Or, sort of alone the same lines, but sort of not…what if I created a white reality. As in, the walls are white, her clothes are white, everything is white. And the things she encounter appear out of nowhere in a splash of all things colorful.
Hmm, it doesn’t even necessarily have to be Alice in Wonderland-esque. They could be real things…well, things that are plausible enough to seem real in a dream-like state. For example, one time she could encounter people all painted to look like they are greyscale, and it’ll be like she’s in a black-and-white tv show. “You wanted to escape reality, didn’t ya?”
Or a scene that is reminiscent of Snow White, with her boyfriend hunting her just like the huntsman.
I like this idea.
“What are you doing here?”
Evelyn opened her eyes and realized she was lying on the ground. She must have fallen asleep sunbathing or something. She slowly stood up and her eyes met with a blue woman. Not a woman in blue. Well, technically, yes. A slender, blue-skinned and blue-clothed woman stood before here, eying her curiously.
“I don’t know. Um. You. You’re blue, though,” she said, raising an eyebrow and keeping her distance from the stranger.
“Of course I am, silly! You’re not blue, what’s up with that?” The girl replied. “What’s your name, anyway?”
“I’m Evelyn,” she replied.
“Evelyn. How nice. It’s lovely to meet you, then. My name is Sally.” Evelyn was surprised to find that her name was so normal. “Did anyone come with you?”
“No! No..I’m by myself. I wanted to be by myself, so I came by myself,” Evelyn replied rapidly.
“Okay, okay!” Sally laughed, holding her hands up. “Seeking solitude. I get it.”