We just entered our fourth year here on Highliners and Homecomings and I’m really excited about that. I celebrated by downloading several more books on CSS so I could keep updating the blog design, and I also ordered a few books on the art of blogging.
One of the books mentioned that while bloggers may have readers that enjoy their writing or subject, the readers don’t actually know much about the blogger. I’m not sure that applies to me, as I think I tend to put myself out there in a way that people do know me fairly well.
On the other hand, like I told G the other day on our way home from a Dungeness Crab Association meeting, “To not know me is to like me.”
Anyway, the book suggested doing a fun little Q & A on your blog so people can get to know you a bit better. It sounded like a fun idea indeed, so I found some Plinky prompts to answer here all at once. I’d love to know more about all of you, too, so if you want to play along, please do!
If you could eat only one meal the rest of your life, what would it be?
Pizza. Pepperoni, light sauce or white sauce. I hate tomato sauce. Alternately, I’d take a chicken garlic pizza. Not BBQ chicken; I hate BBQ
flavor sauce. I love a good BBQ with the right seasoning.
If you could live forever, would you?
No. In an imaginary world however, I would arrange for me, my parents, my sisters, my husband, niece, and children to all go at once so I never had to live one second without any of them.
Vent! What’s going on in your life right now that’s driving you nuts?
My weight. I’m an active mom and Jazzercise instructor and student, but I am getting older and I just can’t keep weight off the way I did when I was 25 or when I was nursing and teaching Jazzercise all at once. My weight is back to being a daily battle and it’s really annoying.
What’s at the top of your gift wish list right now?
Hmm. Really, nothing. Sure, I’d love a new laptop in pink. I’d like an Acura MDX or more bling. But I’m actually very happy with what I’ve got and I don’t need a thing.
Yay or Nay–Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all?
Tough one. Lost, abandoned, and/or unrequited love brings pain like no other. It also brings material for endless poems and essays, as well as empathy for others. I believe that as broken hearts and shattered spirits heal, they do make you stronger and able to give to others in similar situations. Healing brings opportunity to relate and support others and even laugh a little. So I guess I’d say it’s better to have loved and lost.
What is your life motto?
I have several. The first few that come to mind are:
1. Don’t beat a dead horse.
2. Don’t create a disturbance or respond to disturbances created by others.
3. God doesn’t care what you did yesterday. He cares about where your heart is today.
(More to come on this one.)
That was fun. If any of you want to reply to the same prompt(s) in the comments section, I’d love to read them!