Sunday, January 11, 2015

Sunday Stealing: 2014/2015 Meme, Part Two

From Sunday Stealing

2014/2015 Meme, part two

26. What experience would you love to do all over again?

A. If you're talking about 2014, none of it.

27. What was the best gift you received?

A. The gift of love and friendship from unexpected sources.

28. How did your overall outlook on life evolve?

A. I think I am more aware of mortality, and how important it is to tell people you love them.

29. What was the biggest problem you solved?

A. I bought a stool so I could cook without so much pain.

30. What was the funniest moment of your year, one that still makes it hard not to burst out laughing when you think about it?

A. Can't think of one. I'm afraid 2014 was no laughing matter. That said, I have laughed a lot about various things and with many people, because I have a good sense of humor. But nothing really stands out.

31. What purchase turned out to be the best decision ever?

A. We bought a new car in April. I wouldn't call it the "best decision ever" but it was the appropriate decision.

32. What one thing would you do differently and why?

A. I would try to complain less about how bad I felt.

33. What do you deserve a pat on the back for?

A. Hanging in there? I don't know.

34. What activities made you lose track of time?

A. Writing, reading, and computer games.

35. What did you think about more than anything else?

A. Getting my husband healed up and well.

36. What topics did you most enjoy learning about?

A. I have no idea.

37. What new habits did you cultivate?

A. None that I am aware of, unless this permanent limp could be called a habit.

38. What advice would you give your early-2014 self if you could?

A. It will get better, so hang in there.

39. Did any parts of your self or your life do a complete 180 this year?

A. Well, I just put my head between my knees and tried to look at my behind, but couldn't see anything. But maybe that's a 360?

40. What or who had the biggest positive impact on your life this year?

A. Several friends and a couple of my caregivers.

41. What do you want the overarching theme for your 2015 to be?

A. Good health.

42. What do you want to see, discover, explore?

A. A vacation of any kind would be welcome, as I haven't had one for nearly three years now.

43. Who do you want to spend more time with in 2015?

A. My husband and my friends.

44. What skills do you want to learn, improve or master?

A. I would like to learn to read the night sky (the constellations) and I'd like to take a course of photography.

45. Which personal quality do you want to develop or strengthen?

A. My sense of humor.

46. What do you want your everyday life to be like?

A. Content.

47. Which habits do you want to change, cultivate or get rid of?

A. It would be nice if I'd stop chewing my fingernails.

48. What do you want to achieve career-wise?

A. Maybe it's time to write that damned book.

49. How do you want to remember the year 2015 when you look back on it 10/20/50 years from now?

A. It's the year I wrote that damned book?

50. What is your number one goal for 2015?

A. To improve.

7 comments:

  1. I think you should write those books, (reading your answers) wink. Keeping you in prayer.

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  2. This is going to be a significantly better year! I just know it!

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  3. Good health is so underrated as well.

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  4. Amen to #28. My 56-year-old brother-in-law died suddenly on the morning of New Year's Eve. It has really rattled the whole family from the oldest to the youngest. The minister even talked about the funeral about the uncertainty of life and how we should make every effort to "live well, love much, and laugh often."

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  5. I wish my husband was healthy again. He really needs to take better care of himself but he does not listen to me.

    Always tell your loved ones that you love them...even when you are mad.

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  6. I love your new header, too! it's Amazing! And, don't fret about telling it like it is, you encouraged me to think and reconstruct what happened to me, and not just float along like a bubble while saying nothing to anyone! Frankly, the Health Industry scares the bejeebers out of me.

    Yes, write that damned book! ;o)

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  7. Number 44 . . . I can recognize a few constellations, but not very many. Living in the country, you would definitely have the advantage over me on this one.

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