Question? What can’t you forget?
My dad’s suffering. Illness and loneliness.
All my bad decisions. I am learning from them and that helps to deal with them.
Question? Yes or no: everyone should have a backup plan.
Yes, because life throws lots of curve balls and you need to deal with them. A backup helps ease the curves.
Question? Write your recipe for creativity.
Just do it. Try. Practice. Learn. Observe.
You won’t know if you don’t try. Learn. Observe. Create.
Question? What would you like to tell your father?
I wish you had made better choices, so you could have been a part of my life and my family’s.
I miss you and love you. I wish you were here as long as you weren’t suffering. Our time was too short.
Question? What’s the best part about your life right now?
Being with the hubby and kids. Healthy. Happy.
Healthy. Happy. Family. Spending time together. Learning together. Love.
Question? When was the last time you worked out?
I slumped off this week. Bad me. Last was Thursday. Much better than years before though. 🙂
Question? How would you describe your victory dance?
Shake that booty!
Jump for joy and shake the booty. 🙂