Ok, as we start talking more and more about death and blood in Macbeth, I have to get some feedback. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth dwell on the blood (literal and symbolic) of Duncan. Blood has a certain connotation depending on the situation. Answer these somewhat weird inquiries:
- What are your feelings about blood? Are you freaked out by it, not bothered, or does it depend on the situation? Just call it morbid curiosity.
- Can you share a situation where someone else's blood was involved-- hospital, accident, animal, etc???
- I used to freak out- I was a daycare worker. Four-year old kid nosebleed, I had to call for back up! When my dad was in the hospital for a long stay, blood became no big deal as I watched it go through machines for dialysis.
- At age two, my son stuck his finger in a rotating fan. I was the calm one and my husband freaked. Needless to say my son's finger nail fell off later, and he has a scar. I never let the hubby forget he was the "drama queen" on that one.