Old 12-07-2017, 11:19 AM   #3901
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I've actually been in that position in the last few months, with a huge business loss - a quarter of a million dollar debt reneged on (thank God it wasn't my deal), but we're coming out of it - I will always go to the friends network I've built up over many years.

How much are you defined by your possessions?
Not at all...I keep things that are sentimental but purge about every year or so. Right now I am trying to convince husband to sell our HUGE house that is too big and too much work and get something g small (not tiny house yet)....last year I traded in our big SUV for a small car. I definitely myself more by my achievements and the people I have in my life.

Could you ever live in a tiny house? What would be "too tiny"?
 

Old 12-07-2017, 12:29 PM   #3902
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Not at all...I keep things that are sentimental but purge about every year or so. Right now I am trying to convince husband to sell our HUGE house that is too big and too much work and get something g small (not tiny house yet)....last year I traded in our big SUV for a small car. I definitely myself more by my achievements and the people I have in my life.

Could you ever live in a tiny house? What would be "too tiny"?
I've lived in a very small British 1880's era row house type thing. With four people.
I can live in a pretty small space.

Too tiny would be less than 3 rooms.

How do you decide when something is at an end?
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Old 12-07-2017, 12:35 PM   #3903
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I've lived in a very small British 1880's era row house type thing. With four people.
I can live in a pretty small space.

Too tiny would be less than 3 rooms.

How do you decide when something is at an end?
Ugh! Now that is a question! For me it was that I realized that I deserved more than what I was getting...it wasn't an equal balance. I think that applies to most things...relationships, work, activities...if it doesn't make you happy more than it makes you unhappy then it's time.

What's the hardest decision you've ever made?
 

Old 12-07-2017, 12:55 PM   #3904
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Ugh! Now that is a question! For me it was that I realized that I deserved more than what I was getting...it wasn't an equal balance. I think that applies to most things...relationships, work, activities...if it doesn't make you happy more than it makes you unhappy then it's time.

What's the hardest decision you've ever made?
Peanut Butter vs Chocolate. Luckily, Reese's came along and I can have both together!

Sigh...I think it was probably a job decision, whether to relocate or not. I think I made the right choice. I put family ahead of career though. I don't regret it, but both are important to me so it was a difficult choice.

Have you tried anything new in your life recently?
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Old 12-07-2017, 01:20 PM   #3905
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Peanut Butter vs Chocolate. Luckily, Reese's came along and I can have both together!

Sigh...I think it was probably a job decision, whether to relocate or not. I think I made the right choice. I put family ahead of career though. I don't regret it, but both are important to me so it was a difficult choice.

Have you tried anything new in your life recently?
Haha. Yes. Everything.

What's the best meal you've ever eaten? Or the most memorable?
 

Old 12-07-2017, 01:20 PM   #3906
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Peanut Butter vs Chocolate. Luckily, Reese's came along and I can have both together!

Sigh...I think it was probably a job decision, whether to relocate or not. I think I made the right choice. I put family ahead of career though. I don't regret it, but both are important to me so it was a difficult choice.

Have you tried anything new in your life recently?
Almost my whole life is something new...I am working a full time job for the first time since my daughter was born almost 15 years ago. It's hard to do...it's not just an adjustment for me - not being THAT mom who is always there helping out, but my kids have had to learn to be more independent (which was one of the goals) and husband I think has learned how much I did (I think he thought I sat around on the internet all day...wait, I did that a tiny bit ).

Are you crafty (as in making things not sneaky like Swiper the Fox )
 

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Almost my whole life is something new...I am working a full time job for the first time since my daughter was born almost 15 years ago. It's hard to do...it's not just an adjustment for me - not being THAT mom who is always there helping out, but my kids have had to learn to be more independent (which was one of the goals) and husband I think has learned how much I did (I think he thought I sat around on the internet all day...wait, I did that a tiny bit ).

Are you crafty (as in making things not sneaky like Swiper the Fox )
I would say so. I have some skills.

Are you a creative or linear thinker?
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Old 12-07-2017, 06:27 PM   #3908
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I would say so. I have some skills.

Are you a creative or linear thinker?
oh my gosh
both
can I be both?
creativity without nonsense.. unless it's fun nonsense..
damnit.. I hate this question.
I'm curvilinear

What makes you decide to change up your look?
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oh my gosh
both
can I be both?
creativity without nonsense.. unless it's fun nonsense..
damnit.. I hate this question.
I'm curvilinear

What makes you decide to change up your look?
When people comment about how I look...( not in a good way )...

Same question...
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When people comment about how I look...( not in a good way )...

Same question...
My hair was getting a little long.

Is there something you always wear that seems to be your staple?
 

Old 12-07-2017, 06:35 PM   #3911
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When people comment about how I look...( not in a good way )...

Same question...
Ditto, or a new style I like. But we as human don't like change even if it's visual. Whenever I do something different I get a mix bag of comments some say oh it's different not used to it, while a few compliment. Usually the scales are not balanced.

What would you so if you had one wish but it came with a consequence that you'll also get something you don't like
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Is there something you always wear that seems to be your staple?
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I'd want to be able to travel to Litster's places with a mere thought. I think the consequence would be that I'd have a limited time to be there, so maybe a 30 second window. Just enough for a hi and a hug.

Is there something on your Christmas List that you really want?
 

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I'd want to be able to travel to Litster's places with a mere thought. I think the consequence would be that I'd have a limited time to be there, so maybe a 30 second window. Just enough for a hi and a hug.

Is there something on your Christmas List that you really want?
I do not have a list nor do I want anything.

Do you think cleaning sponges are bacteria havens?
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Do you think cleaning sponges are bacteria havens?
Yes, and I eat them for breakfast because that which does not kill me makes me stronger.



What television commercial from your childhood do you remember?
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Old 12-07-2017, 07:40 PM   #3916
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What television commercial from your childhood do you remember?
Oh there are so many..."Hey Kool-Aide!" and "Where's the Beef" and so so many...

Is there a current commercial that makes you crazy when it comes on?
 

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Is there a current commercial that makes you crazy when it comes on?
Any of the ads for Lyrica, I swear the side effects sound as bad as the things it cures....


Is television today as good as it was in the past? Or do we just forget the bad shows from way back?
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Old 12-07-2017, 07:45 PM   #3918
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Any of the ads for Lyrica, I swear the side effects sound as bad as the things it cures....


Is television today as good as it was in the past? Or do we just forget the bad shows from way back?
Ohh shows from the past we're pretty bad! Have you tried to watch some of those shows we thought we're AWESOME? Seriously unwatchable...I think every generation does have it's good shows, but also some truly awful shows that were popular.

Do you watch any reality TV?
 

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Ohh shows from the past we're pretty bad! Have you tried to watch some of those shows we thought we're AWESOME? Seriously unwatchable...I think every generation does have it's good shows, but also some truly awful shows that were popular.

Do you watch any reality TV?
LOL...OK!

The only "reality TV" I ever watched was Deadliest Catch. That was pretty cool the first couple seasons, but then it just got stupid.

All the other ones? They just seem so contrived and manipulated.
Real reality is more interesting, and if you're gonna script stories, then really script them and hire good actors!


What do you think the biggest news story of next year will be?
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Do you watch any reality TV?
Yes I watch some UK reality TV.

Do you watch the singing / next star TV shows.
 

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Do you watch the singing / next star TV shows.
Used to watch American Idol, but got tired of it, so none now.

Do you watch any 'non-typical' sporting events?
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Used to watch American Idol, but got tired of it, so none now.

Do you watch any 'non-typical' sporting events?
I do enjoy curling because...... ice and brooms.... is a sport?! I love it.


DO you people watch and think about their "story"?
 

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Used to watch American Idol, but got tired of it, so none now.

Do you watch any 'non-typical' sporting events?
I used to watch "Extreme Cowboy Race" on RGTV - wonder if that's still on?

What's the earliest movie you can remember watching in the theater?
 

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DO you people watch and think about their "story"?
YES. One of my riffs on that is to imagine them explaining what they do to their family at the Thanksgiving table. Funny enough, it started with Mike Tyson - i enjoyed imagining him explaining his career to inlaws or rarely seen siblings.

What was your worst job ever?
 

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YES. One of my riffs on that is to imagine them explaining what they do to their family at the Thanksgiving table. Funny enough, it started with Mike Tyson - i enjoyed imagining him explaining his career to inlaws or rarely seen siblings.

What was your worst job ever?
I've been very lucky with the jobs that I have had but if I had to pick one.... I was a part time bulk mailer for a small company while I was in college. We did bulk mailing for a couple travel agencies and investment companies. It led to a lot of paper cuts.

Do you sing in the shower?
 
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