sunday stealing

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Cheers to all of us thieves!

1. What are the 3 most important things everyone should know about you? 1) I don't suffer fools; 2) I am competitive when it comes to playing cards; 3) I give thoughtful advice

2. What is the strangest thing you believed as a child? I grew up convinced I would die young since my mum did

3. Thinking of school classes, which were your favorite and least favorite? speech was my favorite and I loathed gym

4. What is your favorite fast food? I don't really have one

5. What song comes closest to how you feel about your life right now? The Lazy Song by Bruno Mars

6. Have you ever taken martial arts classes? no

7. Does your life tend to get better or worse or does it just stay the same? gets better

8.What arts and crafts have you tried and decided you were bad at? scrapbooking stresses me out

9. What is the truest thing that you know? This too shall pass

10. Are you more of a giver or a taker? a combination of both

11. Do you make your decisions with an open heart/mind? yes--although more with my gut

12. What is the most physically painful thing that has ever happened to you? I don't remember

13. What is the most emotionally painful thing that has ever happened to you? the chaos of my childhood

14. What is your favorite line from a movie? "May the force be with you..."

15. Can you eat with chopsticks? yes, although not proficiently


Roger Owen Green said...

I was talking to a medical professional, and I was talking about playing cards. They play for fun, hoping a card will show up. I count cards the best I can. Because THAT is fun.

marina said...

so sorry about the chaos in your childhood and about your mom....This too shall pass is a good way of thinking, it helped me too in some occasions.... The lazy Song is so fun 😀

CountryDew said...

Supposedly chaotic childhoods make for strong adults, although I do not really believe that. But maybe. I didn't know there was a lazy song. For some reason that makes me feel better.

The Gal Herself said...

I must have taken speech, but I don't remember it. Too bad, because it turns out I needed for my career far more than I anticipated I would.