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Friday, September 3, 2010

Fun Stuff About Me...

I wanted this week to be a little less intense than than last week, but I will start up my journal next week. I found this fun exercise from my friend Svasti who found it from someone else and so on...If you want you can continue it.  This is not a MEME!!!  Let me know if you complete this on your blog...I'm nosey!! My life sounds boring next to Svasti's, but here are my answers: 
  1. The most adventurous thing I’ve ever done is… Drive the Road to Hana in Hawaii. It is a beautiful drive, but quite an adventure as it is a narrow highway on a steep mountain. I was so car sick that I really didn't get to enjoy much...and that was with me driving!!!  There are one lane bridges which are quite scary.  It is one of the most winding road to drive.  I didn't purchase a t-shirt saying, "I survived the Road to Hana," with cats looking very sick. :-)
  2. If I were a pair of shoes I would be… Sandals.  I love sandals with no strap in the back.  I wear them year round.  I just happen to live in Southern California, so I can do that.  They are fun and practical and for styles anything goes!!
  3. My preferred mode of digital communication is… my cellular telephone because I can take it anywhere...or is it the Internet and email?
  4. I feel happiest when… When I am worshipping God or with my husband.
  5. A little dream I have for my life is to… EARN MY DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AT FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY!!! It is a dream that I have had for more than twenty years and I will do it once I am able to emotionally.
  6. The one modern convenience I could NOT do without is… I'm not going to consider household conveniences such as dryer, washer, stove, microwave, etc.  Oh, this is tough, but I have to say the Internet followed closely by my CDs and CD player.
  7. Music, movies, TV or books: if I could only choose one to enjoy I would pick… aaaaaaaaaaaaah....what a tough question.  It is between music and books.  I have to pick both otherwise, I think I'm going to have a panic attack. I don't think I could live without music or my Bible!!!
So now you know a little bit more about me.  Now, it is your turn. If you don't want to do this just have fun.


Evan said...

Hi CC, light and fun is good too.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing! I like these lighthearted posts every once in a while. Have a great weekend!

Wishing you well,

Anonymous said...

Hi Evan & NOS,

Yes, light is good especially after the last couple of weeks. I will post more "heavy" and "light." It is good for me as well. Hope you both have a great weekend!!!

take care,

Just Be Real said...

Thank you for sharing dear one. Blessings.

Lisa said...

like the other said, sometimes a light hearted post that's not heavy and thought provoking is really something great to come across :)

take care

Clueless said...


Thank you and thank you for the blogged review. I really appreciate it.

Anonymous said...

Glad you had fun with that! :)

Clueless said...

Thanks for the post Svasti...I really did enjoy it and your answers.

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