My writing prompt for today is, “Make up a new ending for the saying, “People who live in glass houses shouldn’t …”
I use the traditional ending–Throw Stones–to describe people who are being too judgmental. But what popped into my head next was:
“Walk around the house naked.”
What a coincidence: I just watched a video on Facebook that showed “bubble” cabins in Europe, where you can experience nature, and sleep under the stars in the comfort of your 360-degree panoramic room.
My first thought was, “But everyone could see what you are doing,” and I don’t think I’d like that.
I am not the most private person. I can tell people I just met stories of my childhood, but I do believe what happens behind closed doors should remain private, if you get my drift. I don’t even like opening the curtain in my bathroom, that’s how concerned I am about keeping my private things private.
Some people might like the bubble-shaped cabins. It is pretty cool sleeping out under the stars; but frankly, I like to be able to walk from the bathroom to my bedroom without having to put a robe on.
But that’s just me. And I would hate to live in a glass house.